The problem might not be a fuse. There is a switch which activates the brake lights when the brake pedal is depressed. This switch is usually mounted under the dash, near the top of the brake pedal lever. Insure that this switch is free to move physically, and test it to see if it is switching electrically.
check the brake pedal, there is a switch on the back of the pedal that depressed when the brake is depressed that turns the lights on, when this is loose it keeps the lights on.
Brake lights are on continuously while you are driving. Every time the brake pedal is depressed.
whats the color circuit for the blinkers an break lights?
My rear window brake light works, but not my tail light brakes on my 1997 Monte Carlo. What is the problem?
I have a 1983 GMC Sierra it has no dash,tail lights an brake lights are very dim
brake light switch is above the brake pedal under the dash
Try the brake lamp fuse
Check the fuse
Well, that depends on whether you still have the lights and blinkers, ect. If there are not lights, blinkers, brake lights, or horn, then you do not need a battery to run this bike. If you do have these items, then you would need a battery
Usually, the panel has fuses that are individually marked. This helps mechanics or automotive electricians know what each fuse is used for. On a 2005 Ford Econoline, the fuse for brake lights is fuse number 34.
The problem could result from either the hazard module, located below the fuse box by your foot, gone bad or the indicator control on the steering column is bad.
Blinkers can work without brake lights. Brake lights are activated by a switch that is switched by the brake petal and the turn signals are acivated by your turn signal switch on your steering column. The two are two separate circuits. I suggest you check out the switch on your brake pedal to see if it is working properly. It must have 12 volts applied to one side when it is not acitvated and 12 volts should be on both sides when it is activated. When the 12 volts is on both sides of the brake switch, it should apply 12 volts to your brake lights and then they should come on.
Possibly the brake light switch at the brake pedal has stayed depressed or stuck.
You need new bulbs
I am currently having the same problem you are having check the fuse to see if it is blown the blinkers and brake lights are on the same fuse my system has a short in it somewhere and is popping the fuses I am in the process of running new wires since the wonderful people at Chevy ran all the wires thru the frame and you can't access them
Bulbs? Sockets? Steering column switch?
The library has an automotive section with manuals that have all the schematics.
Change out the switch. Bad switch!!
have you check the tail light fuse to see if it is blown. other possiblly is the headlight switch.
Check the bulbs. These bulbs are a combination tail light & brake light. Even though the blinkers work, the brake light part might be burnt out. If these are okay, check the brake light switch. It's mounted on the brake pedal. Are the brake lights on all the time or they don't light up at all? if all the bulbs are fine, its more than likely the stop-light switch underneath the brake pedal.
Check the brake switch under your pedal (which needs to be pushed when the brake pedal is depressed). This is what the problem was on my friends Sentra. As long as you have checked the lights and fuses, this should do it.
Check rear bulbs, rear brake bulb fuse, and check the swith on the brake pedal.
take it to a mechanic I dont wanna "break lights"
Please if you find out the answer let me know! I am having the very same issue on a 95 and I cant figure it out.