Then fix them. Start by checking the bulbs - those are dual filament bulbs, and it's possible that the filament for the brake lights was compromised. If those check out, see if you have power to the brake light circuit with the brake pedal depressed by using a test light. If you don't have power, what I'd do next is find the relay and test that. Remove the relay, check for power at the 30 post - it should be hot constantly. Then check for power at the 86 post with the brake pedal depressed. If you have power at the 86 pole with the brake pedal depressed and at the 30 pole, then the problem is either the relay itself, or the wiring along the 87 circuit. If you don't have power at the 30 pole, check to see if there's a fuse specifically for the brake lights. If you don't have power at the 86 pole with the brake pedal depressed, the problem is somewhere between the brake pedal and the relay. I'd start with the brake light switch itself if that were the case. Should be located at the top of the brake pedal.
its a rear bulb failure indicator if it comes on when brake is first depressed it is a brake light bulb if it is on when you start the car it is a ride light or park light
Hydraulic brake assist- means the car wont roll back on a hill start, without the handbrake or brakes being operated, even with the clutch depressed
A major vaccum leak.
Yes, the clutch circuit must be bypassed so that when it is remote started the car thinks the clutch is depressed. Also there should be a neutral safety wire hooked up to the e-brake so the e-brake must be up in order for the remote start to initialize
No , ABS is the anti-lock brake system
Dead short to ground Try removing bulbs and checking sockets install a test light in place of fuse it will glow when brake pedal is depressed if short is present Hold brake pedal down or jump switch and start tracing wire to find bare wire etc.
Theres a fuse, called DRL, if that's missing or blown, or if the parking brake is depressed a tiny bit, they wont come on.
Well you narrowed it down to an electrical problem, get yourself a dmm and start chasing wires.I've also seen a bulb burn out and short causing the fuse to blow when the brake pedal is depressed. double check your fuse again and if its still good have at it with the digital multimeter.
easiest way to test vacuum pump is , with engine off, pump brake pedal until pedal goes hard keep pressure on brake pedal and start engine if vacuum pump is good, you will feel the brake pedal go softer so you don't have to use as much effort for pedal to be depressed
It can hold the brake pad against the rotor disc and cause premature failure and if it gets hot enough from friction, start a fire.
Does it turn over?If so, check for fuel and spark
Where is the fuel reset button on a 1987 Ford econoline royal coach van?
No you only start getting a Period when you start to Ovulate. however there is a bit of skin that can brake before you have sex mostly occurs from house riding and that could cause you to bleed
A blown bulb. Check fuses and then start replacing the bulbs one by one.
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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.
There is ( or should be ) a switch on your brake pedal lever that tells your brake lights to come on. Could this switch be incorrectly mounted on your clutch pedal instead? Do you have a switch on each pedal? If you do the one on your clutch is so the car won't start unless the clutch is depressed. It might have the wires reversed or the switches might both be mounted on the wrong pedal.
IT wont start cause on most cars when you press the pedal down the injectors will not spray out any more fuel that's why if your car is flooded people say to push the pedal to the floor
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Use a test light or a multi-meter to check for power going through the switch when it's depressed or for ohms depressed.
No, but you will need to depress it to shift out of Park, Make sure your shifter is in either in Park or in Neutral if you are having difficulties starting your car. If it is a standard you may have to depress the clutch to start it. (not too sure)
AnswerIf this were my car, I would replace the brake light switch ( near the brake pedal ). This could be the problem and is about the cheapest thing to start with. Good luck.check the ground connection at the taillights a bad ground will cause this