When your foot puts pressure on the brake pedal there is a switch that relays the brake pedal being pushed to the lights which makes them turn on.
There is a brake light switch or stoplight switch that may be bad on the brake pedal up top.
they make a Dodge Dakota, witch is a very small pickup and a Dodge Ram that is a little bigger than the Dakota and you can get in flatbed and dually, witch you cannot get with a Dakota
There are a few things that can cause a 1999 Dodge Dakota to sputter. For example, the battery may be malfunctioning or the park plugs can be going bad.
The brake light switch is either defective or out of adjustment if applicable.
just as the name it makes the brake lights come on when u press on the brake pedal
Dodge Dakota currently still makes vehicles. The first generation of the Dakota was manufactured from 1987 until 1996. The second generation of Dakota vehicles manufactured were from 1997 until 2004. The third generation runs from 2005 until 2011.
Check the fuse, bulbs/assy., and wiring another thing to check is where the bulbs connect. sometimes like my 94 one of the connectors in the bulb housing was broken. also there is a brake light sensor on the brake petal that is turned on when you depress the brake. usually near the top of the brake petal
Either the emergency brake is on or the brake fluid level is LOW in the brake master cylinder in your engine compartment
Is it when the ignition lights on the brake lights are stuck on? If so adjust the brake light switch at the pedal.hope this helps Answer: Its the park lights. The vehicle is probably in park.
From: http://www.2carpros.com/makes/hyundai.htm Answer: It sounds as if the brake light switch needs to be adjusted. It is located on the brake pedal leakage up under the dash.
What year s 500 it makes a big difference basic lights are if u have a brake wear lining light or a circle light with dashs around it thats the brake wear light [ pads low] if its red and says brakes check brake fluid in master clynder