your brake light switch is probably out
Theres this plate at the bottom of your steering colomb, inside it actually, that has the contacts that work all the signals/ brakelights and the like. It apparently wears out after a while. if you fiddle with the turn signal the brake lights will work.you have to take the steeringwheel off and replace the sucker to really fix it. Just watch your tail lights in a store window to see what i mean, shake the turn signal thingy and your lights will work.
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Could be a brake switch, its under the brake pedal arm - work the trigger manually and see if its stuck. Doublecheck your brake lights though...does the single brake light in the window work? (double check the bulb) If the brake light in the window works and the 2 tail lights do not work, then you have a bad "turn signal switch." I know, the name is confusing. The turn signal switch is the multifunction stick (cruise/wipers/turn signals) on the left side of the steering column and the large plastic and electric mechanism it operates. The steeing wheel has to come off and the unit has to be replaced. It's not easy to do for most and its not cheap either.
Try the turn signal switch in the steering column. I know it sound stupid but that is the problem and they are not cheap. At a service shop besides a dealer you are probably talking around $200+. I had the same problem, sometimes the rear brake lights would work and sometimes not but window light always worked. Good Luck
During the day, from outside the window will look like a mirror, from inside the window will look like a window.During the night with the indoor lights on, from outside the window will look like a window, from inside the window will look like a mirror.During the night with the indoor lights off, from both sides the window will generally look like a mirror.
Yes, If you perform a windowed Fourier Transform of a truly periodic signal using a window function exactly one cycle wide the results will be exactly the same signal frequency spectrum, regardless of where on the signal you placed the window function. But you should also realize the results will also be the same signal frequency spectrum using a window function of any width that is an integer multiple of one cycle (greater than zero), or even without any window function at all. This signal frequency spectrum contains all the information needed to determine what is commonly called the bandwidth of the signal (and that spectrum often contains frequencies outside that bandwidth, but usually only at very low amplitudes so that their loss in filters, etc. is not generally considered significant).
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