The brake lights are a separate circuit from the other lights. Check the fuses and bulbs. If fuses and bulbs are okay I would suspect the brake light switch is at fault.
Check the bulbs - they are doubloe filamented with the smaller being for brake/turn signals Check the fuses
Try replacing the hazard flasher. If that does not work, double-check to see that you have the proper bulbs and fuses installed for the brake lamp circuit.
I had this same problem. If the bulbs and the fuses are good its most likely the brake switch. Its a plunger like switch on the brake pedal. Its usually the only thing on the brake pedal. Its pretty easy and cheap to change. I would start there.
The brake lights are a separate circuit from the tail lights. If the bulbs and fuse checks okay, I would suspect the brake light switch is at fault.
If the fuses and bulbs are okay I would blame the signal switch assembly. They call it a multi-function switch these days.
Next step would be to check the fuses
If all the bulbs are good then it may be a blown fuse or a defective or mis-adjusted brake light switch.
If you are referring to the brake lights it is probably a bad brake light switch. Your vehicle may also have daytime running lights which would be on without the parking lights.
The bulbs are burnt out.
Console lights and brake lighting are on different circuits (Fused seperately). Check the following: bulbs, bases, corroded connections, poor ground, blown fuses, faulty light switch.
ya its called go to a mechanic you idiot
First, check all fuses. Then see if you are getting power to the bulbs. Then the next possibility would be the turn signal switch.
Check your fuses. Sometimes it is just that simple.
check the fuses
The brake lights and tail lights are separate wiring systems. Even some of the bulbs may have two separate bulbs in the same glass housing. If the bulbs are in fact working, then the next step would be to test the brake switch under the dash. When you depress the brake pedal the switch is pushed creating a connection to turn on the brake lights.
Are you blowing fuses or are the bulbs blowing? Blowing fuses would be a sign of any wires or metal contacts in your brake circuit grounding out or shorting on themselves. You'll have to check all of the wiring in your brake light/switch circuit to be sure.
Check your fuses. See owner's manual for location and assignment of fuses.
Brake bulbs. You might need to replace them. It just happened to mine and it was tricky to do it. To take the brake lights you need to pull them from the sides, there is a small piece that would come out easily and then you can just take the screws out.
Check the bulbs, if they are okay it is prob the brake light switch located under the dash so the brake pedal arm contacts it
i would heck that you have the correct double element bulbs in your tail light assembly
Check socket for corrosion-and make sure it is grounded
Check fuses or headlight switch
I am having the same trouble. My brake lights work with the light switch for nighttime driving, but only far right brake light works when i pres brake pedal. Reverse lights dont work at all. Turn signals and hazard light work.