how do you remove the brake light cover on a 1991 gmc tracker? Do you go from the outside or inside?
the manual release lever is attached to the parking brake pedal assy
Check the brake fluid level in your brake master cylinder in the engine compartment ( the brake light also comes on if the parking / emergency brake is applied )
Do you have your parking brake on?
There is a small hex nut down by the base of the e-brake handle. Get a nut driver and tighten it . Try not to over tighten it though. Also, check the cable and the self adjusters that are located at the back of the rear brakes. Those tend to corrode and lock up and no amount of cable tightening will help.
Underneath the truck on the passengerside you will find the cable. if your not sure have someone pull brake while your under truck. The cable goes into a yoke, you simply turn it & cable wil cinch tighter,it may have a lock washer, that you loosen first. For your model its right when you get 7-12 clicks of your parking brake. Most cars design of the parking brake cable, & its adjustment, are the same.
The fuel pump relay on a 1991 Chevy Tracker is located on the driver's side of the vehicle under the dash. It is in the wiring harness that is just above and to the left of the brake pedal.
Assuming all Trackers have a "Pull-Up" parking / Emergency brake between the seats like my '91 and '95 4WD's have: Remove the (4) screws holding the center housing / console to the floor and pull it up and forward over the brake handle (release the brake first!). This reveals the adjuster nut that's below the parking brake handle - the threaded rod the nut is on points toward the dash... simply use a wrench (10mm? can't recall) to turn the nut clockwise to pull more of the cable into the cab. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN or you will burn up your rear brakes. Always err on the side of slack.
it means one or more of the following, the brake fluid is low, the parking brake lever is either up or the circuit for the paking brake switch is shorted, or if the battery light is also on, the car needs a new alternator.
Jimmy James - tracker - died in 1991.
Either brakes or bearings. The brake caliber may be sticking, parking brake mis-adjusted, if on the rear, or you are driving with your foot on the brake. Also a bad wheel bearing will get extremely hot.
1st - I would Ask Myself am i parking on a Incline..??? Am I pressing the Brake Pedal Before Shifting into Gear..??? Check Your Brake / Transmission Shift Interlock Setting..!!!
not turnin them off ! put a screw in the hole were the brake switch meats the pedal in the little hole it will fix it
In the glove compt
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Parking brake cable? Connect to the cable from the opposite side and the emergency brake cable from the control inside the cab. Self-adjusting cable? Connects to the "star wheel" and the brake shoe return spring inside the drum
Rear calipers may need adjustment (they adjust differently than most cars with a rear disc parking brake) or replacement. Take it to a Miata specialist. And it's "brake" not "break". But really, if it doesnt work at all and it were your calipers, they would be screwed, otherwise it probably needs adjusted with theres an adjustment screw on the inner side of the parking brake lever.
Tighten Up - Electronic song - was created in 1991.
1,000 pounds maximum.
Inside the distributor