Your problem may be with any or all of these three items: The fuse, brake switch or bulbs in the brake lights.
Please re-phrase your question; it appears you are saying the brake lights come on when you push the brake pedal and the lights are working (normal operation). If the lights are staying on after you release the pedal, then the problem is with th brake light switch (sticking). Thanks Malcolm
I would suspect a ground problem. Saying that, check the brake light switch.
Check for power at brake light switch Check for power and ground at the brake light sockets open wire?
There is a switch under brake pedal. This switch controls the brake lights. They some times go bad. Have someone stand behind vehicle while you push on brake pedal, if no brake lights come on. Try pushing the brake switch by hand. Check for power with a voltmeter.
It is important to have working brake lights on a vehicle. If the brake lights are not working a person should first check the fuse, bulbs and at last the wiring.
yes my brake lights dont work First check the fuses, then check the bulbs then check the brake light switch
Check the bulbs. If these are OK it could be the switch on the brake pedal arm.
Try checking the fuse for the brake lights. If all of your brake lights went out at the same time, this is most likely the problem.
Try to find out if the car have fuses for left and right brake lights. And did you replace the bulb on the side that is not working?
Fuse, brake switch, bulbs. Replace whatever the problem is. There is no way to know without being hands on. Bulbs most likely answer.
the brake light driver side not working