Check the grounding to the bulb. It is a single bulb with two filaments. Both filaments share the same ground and if the ground is not connected to the vehicle ground you will get the kind of bulb operation that you describe. The ground wire may be damaged or the wire may not be making good connection to the chassis and you may need to clean the connector. The bulb just might not be turned in all the way. You might have a bad bulb socket. Jeep uses the same socket and bulb in all three slots (light/break light, turn light, backup light). Try switching the top socket with one of the other two (middle, bottom) and see if that fixes the problem. It did for me. Moving the middle socket to the top fixed the problem and the top socket works OK in the middle. That's because the middle (and bottom) sockets only use one of the filaments in the bulb while the top uses both. Although there is a defect in the socket that was on top, the defect doesn't bother the middle position. Try it. You might get lucky like me. FIXED!!!!!! REDBEARD, It was just as you said. I unmounted the rear light and noticed that the metal contact on the light enclosure itself wasn't flush with the plastic, where contact is to be made. Once i leveled this out....it was working like a charm! Thank you so much. Your expertise is much appreciated. Happy Jeep GC owner.
When you push the pedal further to make your car stop. When you hear a grinding noise when brakes are applied. When the vehicles pulls left or right when brakes are applied. When the brake fluid reservoir is low or empty. When you feel a pulsation in the brake pedal when brakes are applied. When the brake pedal feels mushy when brakes are applied.
The Parking Brake has a couple of configurations, on some vehicles with rear disc brakes it will press the inside pad of the caliper and squeeze the pad against the brake rotor to engage, some vehicles have a small set of brake shoes inside the rear rotor hub which press against the hub and prevent it from turning when the brake lever is engaged. On vehicles with rear drum brakes, the parking brake causes the rear brake shoe on either side to press against the brake drum and prevent it from turning. Either configuration in on the rear wheels.Usually the rear axle. The parking brakes are also the emergency brakes, and if they were on the front, could render the vehicle unsteerable in an accident avoidance maneuver.Rear brakes. On some older cars they parking brake actually surrounded the drive shaft and when applied lock the drive shaft in place. Today the parking brake applies the rear brakes.
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