Have you checked to see if the fuses are still good. It might also be that you just need to put new bulbs in. Worst case senerio is you have an electrical problem. Have you checked the earth contacts and cables? Poor earths cause strange effects.
Hey Mitch ==Probably a bad ground on the lights. Check it out. GoodluckJoe
Most likely you have a flasher that needs to be replaced.
check wire continuity- no power no lights
I have a 1990 Chevy 1500 truck the brakelight switch is disconnected and it has no connector going to it. I replaced all the bulbs. And still my running lights are in the on position when i turn off the truck. My brake lights are still not working after replacing the lights. I have a RV brake accuator also under the steering column can you help me solve my problem?
Assuming you have already checked the bulbs and sockets, next check the fuse, then check the brake light switch, then check the signal switch.
I'm not exactly sure which fuse it is, but it doesn't sound like a fuse to me. I would check the switch on the pedal, just simply short acrost it from terminal to terminal with a screwdriver, if the brake lights come on, the switch on the pedal is bad, if they don't then it probably is a fuse.
If you mean the brake lights are stuck on, then check the stoplight switch located on the top of the brake pedal.
Well You MUST include year For Exact Details, However they ususlly are under the Brake peddle On Honda Civics, Im Not Sure as American cars are honestly built better it may Have a Computer assisted Braking system which reads the pressure you apply then signals Brake lights, Search google: Chevy 1500 Silverado (Your Truck Year) Brake light instructions
Look at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
The brake light switch is either defective or out of adjustment if applicable.
One or more of the tail lights, head lights, or brake lights is out.
Pads on front. Drums on the rear.
Before you take the Chevy in for a diagnostic test, you can look at the fuse box and see if the fuse is burnt for the brake lights. If so, go to some place like AutoZone or O'Reilly's and sometimes someone there will even help you find and replace a fuse. Also, it would be odd if both brake light bulbs burned out at the same time, but not impossible. \
One fuse block in the dash, and one under the hood
Check the fuses, Check the bulbs, Check the brake light switch, In that order.
Check fuse Check power to and through stop light switch at the upper end of brake pedal Check bulbs - they are dual filamented with the smaller being for brake lights Check power and ground at the sockets Check for corrosion at sockets Turn signals work? If so could be a problem in steering column
parking brake, push it down a touch
On my 89 it's right behind the park brake
Check the fuse for the brake lights. It should be marked stop/haz on the fuse box cover.
normal wear and tear. Brake light switch, bulbs or sockets.
Mine was found on the stearing column near the brake pedal. Changing it did not solve my problem. Neither brake light in the fenders work. The brake light on the cab works. The courtesy lights do not work when I open the doors. The courtesy lights work when I use the remote to unlock the doors. We checked all fuses, lights. They are all good. My Chevy dealer has never heard of this problem but was willing to check it for a hefty fee.
one black,and one green
buy a tap and die set.
More than likely you have a warped rotor, replacement is best.
i had the same problem and i replaced the sensor/switch on the brake pedal itself and got mine to work.