all my lights work except my break lights, when i push on the peddle they dont go on can you help me?
You may need to check your brake light switch. It is a small switch located on top of your brake peddle (up on the arm of the peddle). This switch allows the brake lights to come on whenever you push the peddle.
yes they should
Check the brake light switch it's self, it should be on the brake peddle arm or bracket. The switch should show open when the peddle is neutral and should show closed when the peddle is pressed. If the switch shows nothing either way then it's hooped.
check the switch at the break peddle
Possibly blown fuse or defective brake light switch.
Your brake light switch is out of adjustment. Don't know what vehicle you have but most brake light switches are located on the brake peddle lever just above the brake peddle pad.
Peddle is a verb.
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in some vehicles there is a swtch inder the break peddle that controls your breack lights it might not be making a connection
I can give you several sentences.The salesman will peddle his wares wherever he can.Peddle faster, or the dog will catch up to your bike!The peddle is broken on my bicycle.
No, the word 'peddle' is actually a verb.
A leak in your brake line, or very low brake fluid, both of which are extremely dangerous and should be fixed at once.
AnswerCHECK BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH UNDER DASH LOCATED JUST ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL.there is another switch next to arm on the brake peddle that slides up and down when you work the peddle . mine was loose
Could be that the brake light peddle switch is stuck in the on position. It is located under the dash on drivers side on the upper top brake peddle arm. When the peddle is depressed it pushes a switch to enguage the brake lights, it's not a big switch about 2 inches square, if you push the brake peddle up and down while looking you should be able to see it. It has happened to me a couple of times. But be advised that may not be the only reason, but the most simple, and sometimes we overlook the simple answers only to find out that the simple was the problem. Good luck!
There is a small switch just above the break peddle that controls the lights.
Julian Peddle was born in 1955.
She powered her bicycle by peddle -- then shifted gears to peddle more slowly when biking uphill.
There's a switch that the brake pedal engages when pressed that makes the brake lights go on. this switch may be stuck.Or the peddle staying on switch
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Go peddle your wares somewhere else!
Ambrose Peddle was born on 1927-10-08.
Its the fuse and if not its the fuse Boxs. by the cluch or brake peddle.
first check uour fuses in the right front floor column. then the break switch on the break peddle,
if you have a tow package, check the wiring connector for shorts, some times they corrodes and causes a short circuit