There is no brake light sensor. There is however a brake light switch. It may be mechanical, which would be located somewhere on the brake pedal lever. It can be bad or just out of adjustment. It can also be a pressure switch located on the master cylinder.
no, you cannot reset the brake maintenance light until you get NEW BRAKE sensors. -Seven11
Disconnecting the battery may reset the brake pad worn sensor light on a 2002 VW Beetle. Another thing to check is the harness, if it is not plugged in after installing brake pads the sensor light will go on.
The brakelight sensor is located on the brake switch, which is on top of the brake pedal and held on with a 14mm jam nut.
my brake light s don't work but the fuses are good
A 2002 Dodge does have a cam sensor, but the 318 was not offered after 2001.
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You need to have the engine and abs checked for codes.
Check the fuses and if they are good then check the brake light switch.
faulty brake light switch (on pedal)
Fuse or brake light switch are most likely.
It could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem with the antilock brake system ( as long as the red " brake " light in your dash is not on you still have " normal " braking )
I would guess that both of your brake light bulbs are burned out, and only the high mount bulbs are still working.
The 2002 Dodge Ram reverse light relay switch is located beneath the drivers side dashboard. The reverse light relay switch will be on the left-hand side of the brake pedal.
No, and a 2002 Stratus does not have a fuel temp sensor.
the sensor is in the brake pad itself, it clips in top of brake pad
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On fuse panel under dash to left of steering column.
Light amber color when new. Will turn dark brown with age.
A Dodge Neon does not have a mass airflow sensor.
It doesn't have a mass airflow sensor.
Intake air temp sensor.
most likely ground wire problem Bad bulbs?