I'm going to find out today, 05/15/07, because mine blew on the way to work. The reason I noticed is that I could hear a low volume alarm going off and I looked at my dash; the speedometer, outside temp. gauge and clock were the only instruments working. I'll write back when I locate the problem. 5/16/07 The fuse is the #5 in the fusebox, WHITE 8A, and is located in front of the driver, under the hood. I replaced it and the gauges and tail lights are working. NOTE: The fuse was still intact but the top seat was worn and corroded.
Your brake lights are out too! Replace the fuse.
the mercedes dealer ship:P
Where is right brake light fuse on a 1999 Mercedes E320? Thank you.
Brake light switch near brake pedal
burnt out lightbulb!
The part of the car that turns on the brake lights when you apply pressure to the brake pedal is called the brake switch. Releasing pressure from the pedal causes the brake switch to break its electrical contact, turning off the lights.
bulbs or maybe your brake light switch is bad. otherwise, not sure.
a mis adjusted brake light switch could cause that fault.
Answer 1 - Excessive Pressure Required to Activate Brake LightsAlthough I am not familiar with your vehicle, I suspect that the cause for the symptom you describe is that the brake light switch position is out of adjustment.
That is a pressure controlled brake light switch, when you step on the brake pedal and develop pressure in the brake fluid the brake lights are switched on.
Fog lights are in the front; they are commonly referred to as "brights" because they are the brighter of the two standard headlights. Brake lights are in the rear; they light up when pressure is applied to the brakes or when the car is in park or reverse.
Are you talking about the brake lights? You cant replace any LEDs, you just have to replace the carrier of which ever assembly is out.
You have a pressure switch behind the brake pedal. It is either broke, out of adjustment, or disconnected. if it doesn't work you won't have brake lights and you won't get out of park (safety feature).
Switch loose or faulty? Check if the switch is fitted to the brake pedal. Perhaps the bracket has worked loose.
Yes, it has brake lights.
have someone press it down and have the other check the lights in the back
When you replace the brake pads also replace the brake padsensor (used sensorwill not turn out lights), then the light will reset itself automatically
The fuses in the 1989 Mercedes 300 control things like the lighting system, the door locks, the wipers, and the instrument gauges. The fuses also control the trunk latch and the turn lights and brake lights.
There are several warning lights on a 2008 Honda Civic. The main lights are for the brake system, air bag system, check engine, tire pressure, oil pressure, and battery power.
Are you sure it's a short in the wiring and not a brake pressure switch that needs adjusting.
Yes they indeed have brake lights...
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.
Then the brake lights are out but the middle one still lights up. (:
Bulb #7506 should be the correct brake light. See related links below.