how to change third or center brake light on Chevy beretta 95
Brake light switch defective or out of adjustment.
Check your brake fluid. The light will come on due to low fluid. Or someone has yanked your E-Brake.
if its burnt out, replace it, if not, check the wireing
anti lock brake system light might mean a bad brake sensor must be replaced
There are a couple of reasons a 1999 Chevy Silverado third brake light will not work. The first may be that the light bulb is burnt out. If replacing the bulb does not work, there may be loose wires to the connection causing it to not work.
Fuse for the "Third" Brake LightAlthough I have no experience with the Chevy Tahoe, the systems are similar for almost all vehicles.The third brake light is tied into the wiring for the other brake lights and is protected by the SAME fuse they are.Thus, there is no separate fuse for the third brake light.Therefore, IF your other brake lights are working, then a failure of the third brake light to activate IS NOT caused by a fuse, but instead an "open circuit" condition in the "dedicated" third brakelight wiring [from where its wire "splits" off of the wiring harness to the other brake lights].This is usually caused by a connector which has become disconnected, or a cut or broken wire.
it is in the trunk you just turn and pull the light out of the socket and the light bulb is a 194 i do believe
the third brake light is direct from brake light switch no fuse
Begin by removing the wiring harness from your third brake light. Remove the third brake light retaining screws. Reverse the process to install your new third brake light.
Remove the two screws holding the third brake light lens on then remove the lens, it may be stuck but it will pop off. Replace the two bulbs in there by pulling them straight out.