What can cause your emerg brake light and battery light too come on and stay on?
not quite the battery light and brake light will only come on in these cars if the alternator belt broke off, the alternator is dead or if you have a wire crroded and a bad connection because the alternator light makes it come on but your brake light coming on by itsekf will not trigger your batterty light
What sort of oil leak would cause the battery light and brake light to come on for a 1999 Nissan Altima?
Brake light flashing on dash of 1963 Chevy impala can't get it to stop The light that is. brakes working fine.ANY SUGGESTIONS?
Park brake light - might mean the e-brake pedal is slightly moved down to initiate light. Battery light - means the alternator is bad or battery bad etc. Parking brake light also comes on when the brake fluid runs low... This happened on a 2003 kia Rio the next day the car died it is either because of a bad battery, alternator or alternator fuse
A battery that runs down overnight is normally caused by a dead cell in that battery. The only fix is to replace the battery. It can also be caused by any light that is left on, on the vehicle. Dome light, under hood light, trunk light, glovebox light, or even brake lights that our on due to a sticking brake light switch. A relay that is sticking can also cause this. Disconnect the negative battery…
The 2 lightsare not connected, they do not indicate the same problems. For a Honda I would be looking at the brake fluid level in the master cylinder, or the parking brake sticking on. There may be problems with theswitches that control the brake warning light at either of these locations also. The battery light usually indicates there is a problem with the charging system, usually the alternator, but in rare occasions may be a…
The most probable cause of both lights being on at the same time is a malfunction of each system. The brake light may illuminate because of a problem with the ABS unit, or because of low brake fluid. The battery light may illuminate because of a problem with the charging system, such as a malfunctioning alternator or dying battery. It could also be a problem common to both lights, such as a bad ground somewhere…
Check your alternator, Mine did the exact thing. The Battery light and the !!BRAKE!! Light came on and couldn'y figure it out for the hell of me, did volt tests while running and only had 12.5 volts on the battery. I changed the alternator ($179.99) and got back to the normal 14 or so volts while running and lights shut off. no idea why the brake light was on at all.
No, a fuse cannot cause a battery to not hold a charge. However a dead cell in the battery will cause it to run down overnight. Also there may be something on that is drawing power from the battery. Under-hood light, trunk light, dome light, glove box light, etc. Also a stuck relay will drain the battery.