the brake light fuse on a peugeot partner is F1O!! STOP SWITCH FUSE!!
The brake light switch must be broken or out of adjustment.
probably the brake light switch on the pedal if none are working at all
Where's the fuse situated for brake lights on a Peugeot partner 1998
On most vehicles pressing the brake pedal activates a brake light switch which is usually located near the brake pedal. It will be this switch that is faulty. Replacing it is probably the best option.
Have you tried brake light switch located on brake pedal or in that area?
You need to adjust your brake light switch. It should be located on the brake pedal. Unplug the switch and loosen the nuts to adjust the button closer to the brake pedal.
There is a switch located on your brake pedal arm that turns on and off your brake lights as you brake. The switch is either defective or needs adjusting. The switch is nothing more than a button that is pressed when you release your brake pedal. If you follow your brake pedal arm upwards, you'll find a small plastic mechanism with two wires coming from them (the switch) and you can adjust it by turning a round nut to bring the switch closer or farther away from the arm of your brake pedal. If your button of your switch is not touching the arm your lights will remain on. The arm is suppose to press the button when you release the brake. If however your arm is pressing the button, check to make sure the two wires are not touching in any way. If all looks find and your lights are still on, replace the switch by unscrewing the nut of the switch all the way off and the switch will come down far enough for you to unplug the wires. Installation will be the reverse. Hope this helps.
The brake light is controlled by a little button switch that's mounted high on the brake pedal lever. If you follow the brake pedal upwards with your fingers, you'll feel the button. It has a spring in the button that pushes the button back out when you release the brake pedal. If the spring jams, the brake lights stay on. Replace the button switch.
Either the brake light switch or on brake pedal there is a button that pushes the switch and it fell out.
You may have a bad brake light switch that is located behind the brake pedal. It is also possible that a wire is off on the switch. Check for power on the positive side of the switch and see if you have power to the other side of the switch when you touch the button. If you do, then you have a broken power lead to the brake lights or a broken ground in the trunk
There is a brake switch under the dash immediately in front of the brake pedal arm. It has a little button on it that is depressed when the brake is off, but when you press on the brake pedal, the button comes out and the brake lights come on. I'm still trying to get mine out, so if anyone figures out how to do that, I'd like to know. :)
More than likely there is a switch near the top of the brake pedal that is faulty. It usually looks like a small button that is released when you press on the brake pedal which turns on the brake lights.
The same thing happened to me. It's the brake lights switch either under or over the brake pedal. The same thing happened to me. It's the brake lights switch either under or over the brake pedal.
If you do a search for the Camaro brake switch, you'll see that the switch has a main case and a shaft. The shaft appears to be threaded, but instead they are tension slip rings. At the end of the shaft is the switch button. The shaft slides through the brake pedal mount, which has a tension ring to hold the switch in place. Slide the shaft so that the switch button is completely compressed against the upper brake pedal plate. In operation, when the brake pedal is pressed, the upper plate moves away from the switch button, releasing it and allowing the internal contact to make the circuit engage, and the brake lights illuminate. For Camaros with the 'third-eye' brake light, a second brake switch is located next to the main switch.
There is a switch just above the brake pedal that is called the brake stoplight switch. When the brake pedal is released, it stops the brake lights from illuminating. Check to make sure the switch is contacting the brake pedal stop where it should. A short term method of not killing the battery would be to unplug the connector to the switch and get a new one. It won't have brake lights when disconnected so I don't recommend driving with it like that. replace the broken switch
the brake lights are on a separate cuircut,if your brake lights are staying then it will be a fault with the brake light switch. the switch is located under dash,and will be on or very close to brake pedal.
Check the switch on the brake pedal
Check the fuse, bulbs or there is a push button switch above the brake pedal that may need align or replace
The brake lights on a 96 Jimmy are operated by the brake light switch, mounted on the brake pedal assembly. If the switch is bad the lights could stay on or off, or be sporadic.
The brake light switch is located beneath the dashboard. The switch is on the left-hand side of the drivers side.
First check the brake light fuses under the hood...if it's good, change the light bulbs........if all are in working condition.........then it must be the brake switch. To check the brake switch (car's engine off), go down where the brake pedal is and push it toward the floor as if breaking; just above the brake pedal, you'll see the brake switch....push the button of the brake switch to see if the brake lights turn on (of course you'll need another person in the rear of the car to see if the brake lights are on), play around with a switch pushing it and releasing it....a few times. What happened is that there is a spring coil inside the button, it probably got stuck or if you don't feel the pressure when pushing the switch (like a pen) then the coil is broken........your best bet is change the brake switch completely.
Pre GM SAAB has a switch that must be in a depressed position for the lights to remain OFF When brake pedal pushed, button releases to engage lights. Your 96 may require GM button and you installed a pre GM switch,
usually it is a fault with the brake light switch located on the brake pedal arm. there is a plastic button that sometimes disintegrates and no longer allows contact with the switch. Check that first. You can find a replacement by using a body fastener.
The brake light switch is under the dash hooked to the brake pedal at about midway up. It is a little switch that is like a push button that goes "CLICK" when activated, sending a pulse to the lights telling them when to turn on and off.