Parking brake is on, Brake fluid is low, Hydraulic failure of the brake system.
If you mean the brake lights are stuck on, then check the stoplight switch located on the top of the brake pedal.
It sounds like you have a faulty micro switch on the brake pedal.
If by 'controller' you mean the switch that makes the brake lights come on, it is not in the trunk. It is located underneath the dashboard, next to the brake pedal.
Do you mean What does it mean when the brake and battery lights come on in when it is already started? Check your alternator may be its not working well it cause the battery sign comes out.
Brake lights on can mean no brake fluid, worn out brake pads, faults in the master cylinder. Must take your car to the garage immediately. Worn out brake pads can damage the discs which are expensive to change.
Assuming you mean brake lights, the brake light switch is broken or out of adjustment.
Low brake fluid level - due to leak or worn brake pads Parking brake not fully released
lights on a f250 a wreanch what does it mean
if you mean the brake light on the dash... fill your brake fluid as it's probably low If you mean the brake lights outside the car, your switch is shorted and needs replacement, or you need to lift your foot off the pedal
One or more of the brake lights or tail lights are burnt out.
The brake light in the dash would be on because the emergency brake is on. If you mean the brake lights in the back, this would be because you are pressing the brake peddle or something is broken.
Which light are you asking about? Dashboard location would help -- Brake lights mean the brake is being applied, but I'm sure that's not what you're asking.
I'm assuming that one of your brake lights is not working , if this is a message being displayed in your Explorer
Take your toe and pick UP on the brake pedal. The brake pedal may not be returning as it should.
Do you mean the center high mount stop lights? See sources and related links below to lookup bulbs by vehicle make, model and year.
i am not sure you mean brake lights or tail lights.If brake lights don't work.You have to check out a brake light switch,(it conects to your brake pedal) make sure both wires are conected to the switch.And if tail lights don't work, you have to replace a head light switch.(where you turn your head light on and off)
ck all outside lights, brake,tail, turn and cyclopse(middle brake lite)
If you mean the switch that puts the brake lights on and off when you step on the brake pedal then it's located where the brake pedal is, can't miss it.
this happened to me on my 98 Honda accord and it was because my brake lights and sinal lights were not working properlyMost likely, the brake light switch is stuck. Have you checked your brake fluid level? You could be dangerously low.If you mean that your exterior brake lights stay on even when you aren't pressing on the brake pedal, you most likely have a bad brake light switch.If you follow your brake pedal arm up under the dash, you should see a switch that comes in contact with the arm. It might have been knocked out of position and all you need to do is put it back. If it is in its correct position, it is probably bad and will need to be replaced.It works like this...when you press on the brake pedal, the arm moves away from the switch, thus turning on your brake lights. When you release your foot from the brake pedal, it contacts the switch and your brake lights turn off.
depress the brake pedal and turn the engine switch to the start posiiton and start the engine,,, Does this mean to hold the brake down until you hear the engine start.
It means one of the brake lamp bulbs is blown or maybe there's a wiring problem. In any case, your brake lights are not fully functional.
I'm not a mechanic but I would start by checking the brake fluid level in the brake master cylinder in your engine compartment
one of your brake lights are out.
Vehicle is in need of service...