First of all, make sure it's the light that needs replacing. My '98 has an alarm, and when the button is pushed to arm the system, the lights flash, but when the brake pedal is depressed, they do not flash. This leads me to believe there is a faulty switch between the pedal and light. If this is not the case, the panels inside the trunk lid are removable, exposing the lamp assemblies. Turn the assembly counter-clockwise to remove the bulb.
Change brake light bulbs Just remove the rear license plate. You can change the backup lights and brake light easily.
The light assy has to be removed and the bulbs removed from the back.
Remove the two screws that hold the lens on, remove the lens and change the bulbs.
To change the brake lights on a 1997 Volkswagen Polo first locate the brake light housings in the trunk. Remove the plastic covers and unlock the bulbs. Remove the bulbs and install the new brake lights.
The brake light bulbs ar removed from the rear of the light assy . Take it off of the body.
Headlight bulbs, high and low beam, parking light bulbs, signal light bulbs, brake light bulbs, dash light bulbs, interior light bulbs, plate light bulbs, etc.
check light bulbs and fuses. light bulbs have 2 elements in them, one for stop and one for running. if thses are ok, replace brake light switch on brake pedal
If you mean the brake light, you just have to change the bulb or bulbs.
Brake Light ColorMine are clear bulbs ["white"] light, but the bulbs are mounted in an assembly with a red lens.
I assume you only need to change the bulbs. Go into the trunk and look up. You should see the wires leading to the mounting point for the third brake light, you candisconnect the connectors and then change the bulbs this way.
check your bulbs
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If you are referring to the right and left ones, pull the carpeting away and you will find like 4 nuts that you remove and the whole assembly comes out to change the bulb or bulbs. The 3rd brake light in the rear window has two bulbs which you get to from the trunk. If you are referring to the right and left ones, pull the carpeting away and you will find like 4 nuts that you remove and the whole assembly comes out to change the bulb or bulbs. The 3rd brake light in the rear window has two bulbs which you get to from the trunk.
If it is just one brake light, the chances are good that it is the bulb. Bulbs are cheap.
To change the brake light bulb on a 1999 Honda Passport find the light housing located in the trunk. Find the plastic covers for the lights and remove them. Pull the bulbs out carefully and replace them.
Remove the lense from the car then you will find a holder with all the bulbs in. change which ever bulb
tail light bulbs has two filaments inside. One for regular lights and a second for brake lights. One filament is burnt out. Change the bulb.
Unlike the two standard brake light bulbs, which are generally changed from behind, a 'third' brake light is usually changed from the front. Locate the lens mounting screws and remove them; the bulb should then be revealed.
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If the brake light fuse is good and the brake light bulbs are good it's probably a faulty brake light switch.
Check the bulbs. These bulbs are a combination tail light & brake light. Even though the blinkers work, the brake light part might be burnt out. If these are okay, check the brake light switch. It's mounted on the brake pedal. Are the brake lights on all the time or they don't light up at all? if all the bulbs are fine, its more than likely the stop-light switch underneath the brake pedal.
There are two screws in the tailgait jamb, just remove them and the lense comes right out exposing the bulbs.
You must first remove the Trunk liner back far enough to get to the light cavity. There are two bulbs that make up the center third brake light. Just twist the light out of the lock position and replace the bulbs with appropiate replacements and then screw back in.
Remove the 3 nuts from behind the light housing in the trunk. Gently work housing free. You only need to change the bulbs that are dead.
AnswerThe bulbs for the brake lights are usually separate from the normal tail light bulbs. Check and replace the brake bulbs first, and if they are still not working examine the fuses, switch and wiring.