Where is the Brake fuse and/or relay??

Asked by Robert Jul 29, 2019 at 10:42 AM about the Chevrolet Trax

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My tail lights work, but no brake lights.  Evidently a fuse and/or relay have been
blown.....but where the heck are they.  I don't see it listed in the manual, but
there has to be one.  Please tell me where to find this, and if you know any
other pertinent info, I'd appreciate it.

3 Answers


I had the same problem, I have to Google everything and mine was behind glove box. But my car is not the same make model as yours. If I were u, instead of waiting for an answer, just Google it..good luck

I've been googling for days....I think it's inthe front. The manual notes of them, but I cannot pinpoint where bc I think the brake is included with other items....so maybe a multi-relay or something of the sort. Very frustrating

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