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.
If you mean the brake lights are stuck on, then check the stoplight switch located on the top of the brake pedal.
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.
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
Pads on front. Drums on the rear.
55 ft. lbs.
Look at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area