Could be a bad axle seal Could be a bad brake wheel cylinder Could be a bad brake fluid line
You need to check the wiring for power to the bulbs.
it could be a lot of different factors such as master cylinder is leaking past seels, crack in a brake line, leaking wheels cyclinders or calipers, air in the brake system that will cause brake pedal to go to floor if it is hard and wont move could be a failed brake booster
It could be, but without checking with a know good gauge you will not know.
Air in the brake lines
A brake fluid leak in the brake system, LOW BRAKE FLUID.
The caliper could be hanging up. Or your right front brake line could be coming apart or kinked. that will cause it to pull left.
Could be a vacuum leak Could be a defective power brake booster Could be a bad check valve on booster
A defective brake light switch could cause the problem. Also a defective turn signal switch could also. The brake lights work through the turn signals. It cancels the brake light so that the turn signal can work.
My 89 jeep Cherokee surges at idle and sometimes stalls but runs fine once you are going what could cause this?
Bulbs , Flasher under dash, broken wiring
Could be inferior brake pads or glazed brake rotors. If the new pads were installed without machining or replacing the rotors that could also cause brake squeal.
Brake fluid in reservoir below acceptable level.
check the brake light switch behind the brake pedal under the dash.
Could be low brake fluid. Emergency brake could be partly on-make sure it is pulled completely in the up position.
Air in a brake line or a bad master cylinder could cause this. Bleed the brake lines if you have been working on any brake cylinder. If this happened without any warning, the master brake cylinder is probably the cause and should be replaced.
yes and you could DIE!
The e-brake cable(s) could be stuck.
Yes it could.
If it is a front brake problem it could be a frozen (stuck) caliper, collapsed brake hose or a pinched brake line. If it is in the rear it could be a frozen e-brake cable, pinched brake line or a frozen wheel cylinder.
Check the bulbs in case they have fused, next check the fuse, and finally it could be the brake light switch which may need replacing
un equal adjustment of brakes will cause one brake to apply earlier and harder than other brake
Could be low on brake fluid. If it is low you either needs brakes or you have a leak in the system.
a mis adjusted brake light switch could cause that fault.