there was a recall on the hazard light switch that caused the rear brake lights (minus the high mount 3rd light) to stay on. the hazard lights and turn signals still worked. there was only an electrical malfuntion in the hazard lamp switch on the steering column. go to your nearest dealer, they will fix it for free and it only takes about 1/2 hour
The development of the first brake light is not actually known. They appeared in 1905 but took a while to catch on. By 1928 11 US States adopted brake lights
The brake lights and signal lights are tied together in the signal switch, also known as the "multifunction switch".
Try looking at the wires at the top by the hinges of the boot lid. the wires are inside a rubber sleeve and they are known to break, hence no brake lights
The center high mount led brake light unit has been known to go bad.
All brake light switches are mounted directly behind the brake pedal on a bracket that holds it in place with a electrical push pin that moves in and out when the pedal is depressed.If you have no brake lights but,your tail lights work with your headlight switch on for parking lights the brake light switch needs to be either adjusted and if after this if this does not correct the issue,replace the brake light switch.Most auto zone,advance auto parts,napa will carry this part and very easy to replace.Too easy.Note make sure the bulbs are known to be good in the tail lights by looking at the elements inside and not fried (wire is not solid from left to right side in the bulb) If only one side is not working it would be the bulb,however if both are not the info above answers that.
There is a bushing that the brake light switch rest against when the brake pedal is not depressed. They are known to break. You can get a replacement bushing from any Honda dealer for around $5.00. Just tell them your brake lights stay on all the time and they will know what to give you.
Nonfunctional LightsI'm not familiar with your 2002 Gran Prix, but the problem you describe is universal to all vehicles.The fact that the "third" brake light [in the rear window package tray] IS WORKING, indicates that the brake light switch IS WORKING properly!!!!!That suggests that the reason that the other two brake lights are not working is that there is an "open" condition in the wiring circuit to the other two brake lights. This is confirmed by the fact you replaced the lamps [bulbs] in those other lamp holders with known good lamps.There could be several causes for an open circuit, but the most common include:One of the connector plugs in the wiring harness to the brake lights has become disconnected, orCorrosion has built up inside of one of the connectors [one that feeds both brake lights, which will be in the circuit "ahead" [upstream] of where the wiring harness "splits" off between the two brake lights].Very remote is the possibility that the ground wires on both light assemblies has been disconnected, cut, or corroded.
the fuce for the brake lights is located in the kick panel, witch is also located on the drivers side left were your feet rest when you drive, also this is known as the fuse panel. you will need to remove the 3"x3"cover in order to get to it
The most common reason is a bulb failure. If the bulb is known working, or replacing the bulb does not cure the problem, look to the fuse, switch and wiring.
If the fuses and bulbs are okay you may have a bad signal switch also known as a multifunction switch.
Had the same problem with my 2000 Dodge, all it was was low brake fluid???? Don't know if that will help. I HAD SAME PROBLEM WAS FIXED WITH A SIMPLE FUSE REPLACEMENT FOR BRAKE LIGHTS ABS AND BRAKE LIGHT WARNING LIGHTS WILL COME ON WHEN FUSE IS BLOWN FOR BRAKELIGHTS do you still have brakes if the light are on constantly have the brake and abs relays replaced. I had the same problem on my 99 ram 1500 4X4 Another thing to consider is whether or not the speedometer works at low speeds. If it doesn't read anything until about 25 mph, check the sensor on the top of the rear differential. It should show about 750 ohms if it is good. These are a known issue on Dodge trucks and generally show as an open circuit when they are bad. It is about a 10 minute job for the diy mechanic.
VW brake light switches are known to be faulty. I would have your dealer check your VIN number to see if there are any outstanding recalls for a brake light switch. Try pumping the brakes while the car is parked and see if they will go off..
In Pakistan the city of Karachi is known as the city of lights
Check the shift unlock solenoid. The solenoid is known to go bad and cause this issue in a tracer.
Answer 1IF the switch is KNOWN to be good, then the problem is one of two things. First, the proper adjustment of brake light switches IS CRITICAL to proper operation.IF the adjustment is proper, then the only other cause would be that, somehow, the and/or a (any) "hot" wire is in contact with the wire from the brake light switch to the brake lights. This is a very unusual and almost never occurring situation.Most brake light switches are adjusted via screw threads on the mounting end of the switch which screws in or out of the mounting bracket which is also threaded.The best method of adjusting the switch is to have a helper stand at the rear of the vehicle to keep you posted regarding the ON-OFF status of the brake lights while you trial adjust the switch.To adjust the switch where the lights are staying on, "unscrew"/back out the switch from the mount just until the brake lights go out.Then press the brake pedal to make sure that you did not back the switch out too far. If so, screw it back in, one quarter turn at a time [testing between each adjustment] JUST UNTIL the brake lights turn on when the pedal is depresed, but goes out when the pedal is released. Good luck.
4 way flasher switch on top of the steering colum is what I have found better known as the turn signal, wiper, cruise control.
The Hindu Festival of lights is Deepavali or Diwali. The Jewish holiday known as the Festival of Lights is Hanukkah (Channukah). Buddhism also has a Light Festival.
The Festival of Lights.
Yes. Diwali / Deepavali is also popularly known as 'Festival of Lights' and 'Row of Lights'.
The wiring is damaged. It's a known problem with that series. The most probable place to look for damage is the left trunk hinge.
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The taillight housiong on these trucks have a known problem. On the backside of the taillight housing is a circuitboard. They go bad.
The Festival of Lights, also known as Diwali, is celebrated by Hindus.
Check also the brake light switch and all associated wiring. You could have an "open" in the wiring which will not permit the electrical current to flow from the source to the bulbs. ** Yes, I agree. Then it could be your brake light switch which is located above the arm of your brake peddle. (When you press the pedal down the switch engages your brake lights.) These have been known to go wacky and will cause no brake light engaging. It is fairly easy to take out and install. The turn signals interrupt the brake lights (turn them off and on) while braking and signaling a turn. The best approach would be to get a wiring diagram and starting making voltage checks beginning at the fuse panel and going through the brake light switch and the turn signal portion of the circuit. Someone will have to step on the brake, of course. One of those little ice pick looking things with a wire coming out of it and going to an aligator clip - a test light - can be had for a few bucks at an auto parts store. Oh, and the emergency flasher unit turns both brake lights on and off. You'll need to check that portion of the circuit as well.
Sounds like a good place to start looking. Car alarm systems are known for causing electrical issues.