You might check to see if your front headlight bulbs are out.
Two lights from the front two at the back. i wish i could change that but there you go
Type your answer here... It could be the back up light censor. Depending on where it's located, you may have to drop the tranny. that could be where the censor is located. I had the same problem in my 1998 grand Cherokee and that's where it was located. the censor is about $20.
If the back lights on a Peugeot 206 are not working, make sure the bulbs are new. If the bulbs are not the problem, there could be an issue with the fuse.
check your ground wire in the back
Brake pedal switch, wiring, bulbs, bad trailer harness (if there), fuses...
On an average car, there are high and low beam lights for night driving, clearance lights on the front and back, front and rear turn signals, and back-up lights used when backing up.
Bad wheel bearing? Most likely a loose frt end component, Or the hub could be bent due to an impact.
I had the same problem with my 87 Riv. It was a burnt out bulb in the rear of the car. My front signals did work and as they run on different circuits, check and replace the bulbs. Access to the back lights are inside the trunk back.
It sounds as if there is a problem with the rear electronics module in the Ford Windstar. This controls the front and rear lights and it is located in the back in the cubby with the jack.
I have the same problem with my 06 Liberty. I think it has something to do with the trailer towing package as the problem did not occur until I noticed the lights stop working completely on my trailer.
That's a dumb question
Have you checked to see if your back lights are not burned out? That could be the problem. If your bulbs are good then you have a broken set of wires going to the rear lights, (look by where the trailer wiring was installed if so equipped as that's a common area of problem for broken wires. Hope that helps. i had the same problem with my 1985 south wind it had a exposed wire that ran right behind the brake peddle throw the floor Bord they did make the hole big enough so when the pushed the wire throw it striped it so every time i hit the brakes the fuse would blow. and i would have no lights. don't know if this helps you, good luck .
I would suspect a ground problem. Saying that, check the brake light switch.
It depends on the exact problem. If it's that both brake lights in the back do not work and the middle one works, it could be your turn signal switch.
It needs to have a separate switch for the front and rear lights.
The electrician fixed the problem, the lights are back.
Only the front lights stay on for safety. You need to turn on your lights to get the back lights to come on. To turn off the front safety lights just push your emergency brake on one click.
I solved the problem, a 10A red blade fuse located inside the car beside the front left door where the other fuses are located was burned. I changed it and eveything got back to normal.
THERE IS A BREAK SWITCH FOR BREAK LIGHTS , THERE IS A FLASHER FOR TURN SIGNALS . THERE IS A SEPERATE FUSE FOR EACH . SINCE YOU SAY YOUR PROBLEM IS IN THE BACK I ASSUME THE FRONT SIGNAL WORK THAT ELIMINATES THE FLASHER AND FUSE , SO RIGHT NOW I SAY LIGHT BULBS .
the only thing i could find is check for water in the lens
my back brake lights don't work, but the brake light on the back door does what could be wrong
It could be a pinched nerve. My mom had that same problem,Becuase of a penched nerve.
Neon lights are not illegal if they are under the car and not distracting. If they are on the back or front of a car, they are illegal.
parking lights are in the back of ur car and headlights ar in front of ur car
Same way you do on the front porch.