Sounds like the power brake booster is bad. Get it checked out.
The brake lights.
The brake lines on a 96 Corsica can be fixed by replacing damaged sections with new lines. This will improve braking and prevent catastrophic failures.
Probably a faulty brake light switch or the brake light switch is installed incorrectly.
the brake light
Whether or not the brake and/or gas pedals are pressed, how far they are pressed, & for how long.
There are four steps on how grease a brake caliper on a 1995 Corsica. Some of the step-by-step instructions are purchase a silicone-based lubricant, locate the pins and boots, and then take the pins out.
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.
nothing it could just be the tail lights coming on.
bas esp light
The brake light switch on a Nissan is located just behind the brake pedal. It sends a signal to the brake lights when the pedal is pressed to turn them on.
The vacuum brake booster is going bad.
The brake chamber extends a rod out when the brakes are applied. This causes the S-cam to turn. The brake shoes are seated on the S-cam with rollers which roll along the countour of the S-cam as it rotates. When they reach a high point on the S-cam, they are pressed against the brake drums. This causes friction, which brings the vehicle to a stop.
adgust the brake light switch at the brake pedel under the dash
You can try to reset your brake light switch by unplugging the brake light switch and plugging it back in. If that does not solve your problem you will need to replace the brake light switch.
What do you mean by "Skid"?
The rear brake lights.
you would spin in a circle
2 red stoplights.
Check bulbs they are double filamented smaller for brake/ turn signals Check the sockets for corrosion Check for power and ground to sockets Could be a problem in the steering column switch
wrong bulbs or bad earth
Bring to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the problem
Brake pads are the pads that sit on top of the rotor that when the brake pedal is pressed the brake pads squeeze the rotor and the car stops. Signs that they need replacing are if you hear squeaking when pressing the brake pedal.
The whistling sound made by your car could be caused from brake dust. Another reason may be from a bad wheel bearing that needs to be replaced.
Check around brake pedal for something rubbing. If OK, I'd look into the master cylinder.