is that even a full question?
The brake lights are a separate circuit from the other lights. Check the fuses and bulbs. If fuses and bulbs are okay I would suspect the brake light switch is at fault.
take it to a mechanic I dont wanna "break lights"
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Sounds like the arm and switch in the steering column.
DOT ( 3 ) brake fluid is used for the hydraulic clutch and the brakes in a 1997 Ford Explorer Sport
Yes any tail lights/head lights, pretty much everything but doors will fit on both ford explorer sports and 4dr explorers between the years 1998 and 2001
It may be a fuse.
Bad fuse, or brake light switch The wiring to the brake lights are postioned badly right under the tilt steering mechanism...using the tilt steering will eventually cut the wire...i had the same problem in my '01 Sport...in my opinion, it should have been a recall but i researched and it wasn't listed...hope this helps
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According to the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Owner Guide : In the fuse panel IN the drivers side end of the dash : ( # 13 is a 15 amp fuse for the center high mounted stop lamp and the other stop lamps / brake lights )
According to the owner's manual for a 2002 Ford Explorer Sport (2 door) in the fuse panel at the end of the dash (visible with driver's door open) in location # 13 there is a 15 amp fuse for stoplamps, high mounted stoplamp, and speed control. With the third brakelight working , the fuse must be good. Have you checked the 2 bulbs for the taillights/lower brakelights to see if 1 of the filaments is broken in each of the 2 bulbs ?
Check your brake fluid level in the brake master cylinder in your engine compartment when it is low your brake warning light will come on
Brake light switch might need to be replaced. Simpler answer would be a blown fuse.
Disc brakes ( also have rear parking brake shoes )
In a 2002 Ford Explorer Sport Trac : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment , on the drivers side of the engine compartment ( mini fuse # 29 is a 15 amp fuse for the fog lights )
I have the same problem - but my third brake light slightly flashes when the car is of (Explorer 1998). I have replaced the "stop light" switch with no improvement at all.
According to the 2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Owner Guide : ( the head lights take bulb # 9007 )
The fuse for your 2002 Ford Explorer Sport is similar to that of the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport.
Ok, I have a 2002 Ford Explorer Sport (not a trac, but I believe most of the electrical system is similar). My lights went off when I turned the switch that is toward the bottom of the rear view mirror all the way to the left.
The owners manual shows Motorcraft High Performance DOT 3 brake fluid
Check in the center stack of the dash , just to the right of the radio I believe there is a push button to turn the fog lights on and off
The running lights will turn off when the emergency brake is on by tripping a switch connected to the emergency brake. Pushing in the emergency brake slightly will do the trick, but make sure you don't push in too far or you will be driving with the emergency brake on!
i have a Frontera sport 2000 and not sure how to change brake light bulb