To the right of the heat/air levers
Check the fuses and the bulbs.
Panel lights and parking/tail lights should be on 1 circuit Brake lights should be on a separate circuit If you are sure fuses are good- Check bulbs Check headlight switch Check stoplight switch
Go to AutoZone and look up your fuses in a book for the make and model.
The brake lights are accessed through the rear hatch. Find the panel on the rear sides of the car. Pop out the panel and access the brake lights. Replace the bulbs.
Hello, Jamison here, NOT SURE, but check for more fuses in POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX UNDER HOOD. GOOD LUCK, Jamison
Usually, the panel has fuses that are individually marked. This helps mechanics or automotive electricians know what each fuse is used for. On a 2005 Ford Econoline, the fuse for brake lights is fuse number 34.
There are several fuses relating to the lighting. The fuse panel is at the left end of the instrument panel (drivers side). Open the divers door and look about armrest high to locate the fuse panel cover.
dash panel lights working? all fuses ok?, check on the fuses box under the hood it's a number 10 red, check if keeps blowing up
It's under a panel door that says FUSES on it that's under the dash over the brake pedal.
check your fuses according to your fuse panel If you have no dash lights, you probably have no tail lights - same fuse.
The fuse for the brake lights is in the engine compartment fuse box, located behind the battery. Open the lid. Several fuses are marked but many are not. There is a group of 12 fuse sockets in the middle of the panel, arranged in 3 rows and 4 columns. The brake light fuse is in row 2, column 2. It powers left, right and middle brake lamps. If your brake switch fails in the ON position, you can pull this fuse until you can get a replacement switch. The drain of these lights being on can kill your battery overnight. Do not drive car without brake lights!Answerthe fuse panel is located behind the kick panel on the pass side, just below the dash.(to the right of where your feet sit in the floor board) there is also another power distribution panel under the hood next to the battery. Answerthere is no fuse marked brake lights on jeep cherokee's if you have no brake lights and all bulbs are good your problem is the brake switch mounted on your brake pedal, about 30 bucks.
check your fuses. Should be located near the driver side kick panel.
Check the park lamp relay. It is probably next to the fuse.
To be more specific, the ground wire must work and the bulbs, fuses, etc.. Or the back up lights and turn signals and brake lights wouldn't work? Right? Could it be the back panel...and still let the brake/turn/backup lights work? I need help fast. Thanks!
a place where all the fuses are located together. In the house this is where the power is controlled to the lights in the house ect, and can be switched on/off independent of other areas of the house if that's what you want to do and if it is possible with your fuse panel/board. A fuse panel contains electrical fuses or circuit breakders in a central location in a building, vehicle, etc.
Open the fuse panel along the drivers door side of the dash. Look on the back side of the cover for the fuse location for the brake lights. Pull the fuse and check for a shorted fuse.
Fuses for the indicators are in a panel on end of dashboard by drivers door.
Check fuses-- common circuit
Just locate the fuse panel under the left side of the dash and find the brake light fuse and pull it out and put the new one in. If there isn't a blown fuse, the brake light switch may be faulty.
I always start with the basics.......fuses. Then go to bulbs...... Look in your fuse panel and see if you have one marked tail lights......and check it. the brake, headlights and signals work off another circuit.
Below and to the left of the brake pedal , remove the cover panel to access the fuses
There are separate fuses for trailer signal lights in main fuse panel
It is important to know the location of the fuses for car parts. The fuses for the panel lights would be in the interior fuse boxes of the vehicle.Ê