The parking brake light stay lit on the 1999 Mitsubishi Montero sport the parking brake is working and you have not put the light off.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1997 Mitsubishi Montero. Remove the brake shoe assembly. Tap on the rotors to loosen them. The rotors will slide off. Reverse the process to install your new rotors.
You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your 2002 Mitsubishi. Remove the brake pad spring. Remove the brake caliper. Reverse the process to install the new brake pads.
check the fuse box under the hood in the engine compartment
They have to be pressed out mechanically. Mitsubishi blew it on this design.
The 1995 Mitsubishi flasher relay switch and the brake light relay switch can be found beneath the dashboard. Both switches will be on the drivers side of the dashboard, near the brake pedal.
Look at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
the brake resevior should be located on the driver side against the firewall,clear round cylinder with a white lid ,about 4 inches in diameter
You can call your local firestone (or any other dealer) they should have a book that they can give you the specs from.
Break lights come on when you step on the break, they do not come on when the head lights are turned on.
worn pads, calipers sticking or disks warped, more than likely pads though
you'll need to pop off the grease cap then remove the snap ring to get the hub off to get the rotor off.
Probably a faulty brake light switch or the brake light switch is installed incorrectly.
The brake lights.
I have an 02 and it is located to the left of the brake. Take off the cover and it was the one below the top right fuse(it is a ten amp fuse in mine)
put your car in reverse and pull the hand brake. done
Lift up your cart using jack stands for safety. Remove the wheel and take the brake hose off of the caliper body. Remove the two pins that secure the caliper to the bracket and pull of your rotor.
the brake light
No. The brakes are applied manually. A brake band squeezes a brake drum.
check your clutch and brake fluid
The hold button as explained in the manual is a 'hill hold' button if you are starting and stopping (off road) on a hill. It will presumably prevent the vehicle from drifting backward as your foot moves between the gas and brake pedals.
Whether or not the brake and/or gas pedals are pressed, how far they are pressed, & for how long.
The brake pedal itself swings on a pivot when pressed, pushing a piston through the fire wall into the master cylinder. Forcing brake fluid through the brake lines into a proportioning valve, then into the brakes themselves, bringing the vehicle to a stop. As soon as the brake pedal is pressed, it activates a switch that turns the brake lights on.
If your vehicle has separate dash panel warning lights for brakes and emergency brakes, then the e-brake light being on while not engaged may indicate that the e-brake switch may be maladjusted or faulty. If the brake warning light is on, it may indicate a brake fluid leak, or in some cases, low brake fluid levels in the reservoir. If your vehicle has a shared warning light for e-brake and brake warning, all causes listed above could apply.
I am guessing brake lights? But there are two screws inside of the truck that need to be removed - freeing the light (all but the wires) you will then need to remove the bulb by twisting counter clockwise.