if the tail lights work but not brake lights then its most likely just a blown fuse or it could be the switch at the top of your brake pedal arm.
Change brake light bulbs Just remove the rear license plate. You can change the backup lights and brake light easily.
Brake Lights Stay on Unless the Brake Pedal is RaisedThis is usually caused by the brake light switch being out of adjustment in its physical distance to the contact point on the brake pedal arm.
DOT-3 brake fluid.
check brake fluid
Check for a loose connection Check for a loose fuse in the fuse box Check for an open wire in the brake light circuit
brake and abs light on , on 1994 Chevy Cavalier Z24
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1994 Chevy Lumina. Remove the brake spring and the break caliper. The brake pads will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake pads.
Brake light on 1994 Honda civic staying on.
Defective or mis-adjusted brake light switch
Check the fuse for the tail lights. Also check the bulbs.
There is no brake light relay. There is however a brake light switch located above the brake pedal.
it is a 1995 Chevy blazer and it will not go into park. have to use the emergency brake when stopped, and neutral to start it
go to a repair shop
in the engine
Working brake lights are important for safety reasons while driving. It is important to check all of the wiring, if the brake lights are not working and the fuses and bulbs have been checked.
If the brake lights stay on when the car is not running on most vehicles, including the 1994 Dodge Intrepid, there is probably a short somewhere in the wiring to the brake lights. The first place to investigate this problem would be the wires along the firewall that control the brake lights. Also, check the brake light switch above the brake pedal.
It should say TAIL for taillights or maybe brake lights.
Pads on front. Drums on the rear.
The # is 1157 bulbs.
DOT 3 fluid
a blown bulb or loose wire.
There is a switch just above the brake pedal that is called the brake stoplight switch. When the brake pedal is released, it stops the brake lights from illuminating. Check to make sure the switch is contacting the brake pedal stop where it should. A short term method of not killing the battery would be to unplug the connector to the switch and get a new one. It won't have brake lights when disconnected so I don't recommend driving with it like that. replace the broken switch
i have a Chevy van 90 somthing with the same problem the parking light switch i replaced it fixed it right up the bad switch also caused me to not have any light in rear except brake lights