I'm assuming the answer to this question will be the same answer to the "How do you replace a rear brake light bulb on a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Edition?" question. The following is what was posted:
Rear: Brake, Back-up, Tail, Turn signal (3 bulbs, all # 3157)
To access the rear bulbs, open the liftgate and remove the two Phillips head screws from the side of the housing as shown in the center photo above. Slowly and firmly rotate the assembly away from the vehicle until it disengages from the ball pin socket that secures it in back.
Each of the three light sockets, all containing the same exact bulb type, can be removed by turning them counter-clockwise 1/4 turn.
Taillight harness connector
To remove the taillight harness, slide the red lock tab up and pull connector off.Well, I guess people should not make those sort of assumptions - the 1994 Jeep Cherokee was still one of the old-style box shaped Cherokees, nothing like a 2001 model at all, and it has much more old-fashioned lights.Actually, changing the tail lamps is a real pain. I know, I spent about 2 hours this morning replacing a broken driver's side fitting on my 1993 Cherokee. Open the trunk. The light fitting is held on by 3 obvious bolts. You'll need a socket set to shift them (I think I used a 3/32" bit). The fun begins because there is also a 4th bolt, hidden behind the lower bumper. You have to disassemble the end of the bumper to get at this (take off the plastic end cover that is attached to the metal bumper bar.) This itself is held on by 3 bolts. Hmm... undoing metal bolts that had been in place since 1993 (most likely), exposed to all weathers. That was fun (not). My hands are sore.Once you have taken out the four bolts that hold the big boxy plastic light fitting in place, it should fall forward from the car easily. To replace the bulbs, gently turn the metal holders 1/3 of a turn clockwise. They should retract back through the plastic fitting, allowing you to unnscrew the old bulb, and replace it.Good luck!
Replace the bulbs
you dont you get a new car
passenger side fuse panel....#2
Look inside the trunk under the light for bolts to remove the light.
Try checking Brake fluid level if ok then cxheck pad wear.
brake and abs light on , on 1994 Chevy Cavalier Z24
The transmission will have to be removed.
It's just above the brake pedal, connected to the brake pedal arm. The switch comes out with two screws and the new one plugs in. But before you replace the switch, check the adjustment.
special bit for light lens cover, t 10 or t 20 bit light bulb unscrew from socket replace observe ligh light place foot on brake , re screw use brick on brake pedel
replace the headlight switch its wore out replace the headlight switch its wore out
Take the cover off in the trunk and turn the bulb socket to the left.
Remove brake light interior trim panels. Then you push and twist the socket for the brake light that needs replacing. Then pull out socket. then pull out bulb from socket and place new bulb in the light socket. Once bulb is installed into light socket. Place the socket where you removed it from brake light housing. Push and twist clockwise to lock back in place. Then replace trim panels.
on your brake pedal lever.
check with the dealership there was a recall to replace the switch for free! I had mine replaced...tombo
No, do not mix trans and brake fluids. The trans is dextron and the brake fluid is dot3.
If it is the tail lights, it is the headlight switch. If it is the brake lights, it is probably the brake light switch. I really don't know how to replace the bulb in the 3rd light. change the brake light bulb first it may be shorted causeing the other problem
There is no brake light relay. There is however a brake light switch located above the brake pedal.
DOT 3 or DOT 4
If your brake light is on , either the parking brake is on or the BRAKE FLUID LEVEL in the brake master cylinder in your engine compartment IS LOW
there is a switch up under the brake pedal
On the brake pedal assembly.
Should be a screw on either side - remove and cover should lift off
how to change the brakes
check brake fluid
Engine sizes, models? Not enough info to reply. My instinct is to say NO.