Try chasing the ground wire down in the back bc they are usually all grounded with same wire. They sometimes corrode rather quickly.
have you check the tail light fuse to see if it is blown. other possiblly is the headlight switch.
Possibly blown fuse, bad brake light switch, or blown brake light 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
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?
fuses are blown, or bulbs are blown
Because the brake lights are the priority circuit.
I have a 1983 GMC Sierra it has no dash,tail lights an brake lights are very dim
All the lights on a bus are: 4 way flashers (4) cation lights ( yellow ) 4 cation lights ( Red ) 4 strobe light (top of bus) (1) back up lights (2) brake lights (4) blinkers (4) head lights (low beams) (2) head lights (high beams) (2)
Probably a blown fuse.
Blown fuse or bad brake light switch?
Blown bulbs, blown fuse, broken or out of adjustment brake light switch.
brake light switch is above the brake pedal under the dash
Fuse for parking lights probably blown.
i had the same problem...turned out the hazard flashers button on top of steering column was in the wrong position ! ...talk about simplr..hope it works for you
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
It could be a blown fuse. Tail lights and brake/turn are on separate fuses. Apparently there is not a ground problem since brake/turn works OK.
Please check the Brake light switch....The brake light switch should be located near or on the brake pedal (up on the stem of the brake pedal)
A Ford Tempo will have no brake lights if the bulb has blown or the wires have come loose. Alternatively, the brake sensor in the dash can fail and stop sending power to the lights.
If there is no brake lights on a 1998 Mazda pickup, check the fuse. If the fuse has blown, the lights will not work.
Tail lights are usually on the same fuse with interior lights and dash lights. That is so you will know when the fuse is blown. Brake lights are usually on a different circuit. If a fuse is blown, try to figure out the cause rather than just replacing the fuse.
Blown fuse or defective brake light switch.
The only thing that will work with key OFF is the brake lights,head lights and emergency flashers. Dome light will also work.
They are two separate circuits, each has their own fuse. The brake lights not working could be caused by a few things such as a blown fuse, blown bulbs, bad brake light switch, misadjusted brake light switch and depending on what vehicle you have, a bad signal light switch.
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.