Have you tested the fuse?? Sometimes the wires or the plug where the bulb is plug in. Or the brake bulb, it sends the electric signal when you push the brake pedal.
Just above the brake pedal, yes it has six wires.
check for blown brake light bulbs and broken wires. also check brake light switch on brake pedal
check the wires at brake light switch on brake pedal they are bad about breaking brake light switch
IT SOUNDS LIKE A SHORT SOMEWHERE OR MAYBE CROSSED WIRES.
Short in wires or wired incorrectly.
try your brake light swtich on the brake pedal and check wires
There probably is only one cause for your interior lights to go on when you apply the brakes. There probably are brake light wires and interior wires that have warned together.
It is on the brake pedal. There should be two wires connected to it. I found it last weekend after I could not get the van out of park, one of the wires broke off the switch.
There are a few reasons that the third brake light is the only one working. One reason could be that there is a short in the wires of your main brake light. Another reason is that the light bulb has blown out.
There are some wires coming from your master cylinder, under the floorpan on the driver's side... those are you brake light switches
Probably located at top of brake pedal secured by 2 locknuts and 2 wires
The brake light switch is threaded into the master cylinder. Open the hood, look at the brake master cylinder, notice the brake light switch with wires connected. Have new one ready to install when you remove the old one to keep loss of brake fluid to a minimum.
You probably have a loose wire connection in the brake light sockets. Insert a nail or probe tip into the back of the light socket where the wires are inserted and test the brake lights. (The socket can appear perfectly normal and the wires may even seem well attached.)
you have some wiring problems. sounds like wires a crossed or you have a dead short somewhere
Other than at the back of the car... (?) If the question is about how to change brake light bulbs, See "Related Questions" below If the question is about the brake light switch, that's on the brake pedal - just a couple of wires going to it and rather easily replaced.
probably bad headlight switch,the break light wires run through the headlight switch
open the boot, on theapposite side of the brake light there are 2 nuts and bolts. undo them and the light will come off. cut the wire connecting the brake light then use clip or crimp wire connectors to the 2 wires
brake light plunger switch on the brake pedal maybe faulty, remove it and connect the two wires together and pull apart and see if lights go on and off
It is just above the brake pedal, mounted on a bracket. You should see the sensor and the wires right above.
Have you checked your bulbs ? The tail light / brake light bulb has 2 wires inside it In my case I have had to change each bulb because the brake light portion did not work but the tail light portion of the bulb did ( I'm assuming that your front park lights are working )
you have to pull the feed wire off the brake switch to supply power to the new third brake light. get a test light and test the wires on the brake switch....one is hot all the time the other one gets hot when you depress the pedal....that is the one you need. do not take it pull your power from the rear light it might have an intergrated turn signal wire. which would make your 3rd brake light blink.. ok.have fun! you have to pull the feed wire off the brake switch to supply power to the new third brake light. get a test light and test the wires on the brake switch....one is hot all the time the other one gets hot when you depress the pedal....that is the one you need. do not take it pull your power from the rear light it might have an intergrated turn signal wire. which would make your 3rd brake light blink.. ok.have fun!
One possibility is, on multi-light tail light assemblies, is a burned out bulb. Some cars have separate light bulbs for tail, brake, turn, and backup lights The other possibility is an electrical short in the wiring. Somewhere in the miles of wires, two wires have crossed or the insulation has worn off and is shorting to the chassis. The only cure is to trace out each individual wire with a voltage meter.
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)
To replace the brake light switch on a Suzuki Forenza, locate it on the pedal shaft, release the wires that connect it, twist and then take out the old brake light switch and put a new switch in its place. The job can be done by any handy owner.