It may be static electricity, or more possibly... an ungrounded light switch.
THE BRAKE LIGHT IS LOCATED BELOW THE DASH. LOCATE THE ARM HOLDING THE BRAKE PEDAL AND YOU WILL SEE A SWITCH THAT COMES OUT WHEN THE PEDAL IS DEPRESSED TURNING THE LIGHT ON. WHEN THE BRAKE IS RELEASED THE SWITCH DEPRESSES AGAIN TURNING THE LIGHT OFF.
A switch in a circuit will quickly allow you to break the circuit, without changing the wiring. For example, a light switch. By turning a light switch off, you are breaking the circuit and, thus, turning the light off.
I was able to reset by holding odometer button down while turning off ignition switch and turning ignition switch to on and watching dashing go from 5 to 0 and the maintenace odometer resetting to zero.
yes, it does
In the kitchen, turning the light on when we walk in.
Because the light is un-switch before
If a circuit has no switch then it remains 'on' permanently. If you desire to open or close a circuit, for turning on or turning off a light for example, you need some kind of switch.
Yes it is possible.
The signal light switch, on your Toyota Camry, can be changed by unplugging the signal relay switch. Plug in the new relay switch.
There is probably faulty circuitry behind the switch, and the electricity escapes into the switch, shocking you.
the switch for turning your lights on ie parking - low beam,pull it out for interior light dude....
The wall outlets are powered from the wall switch and the wall switch is installed upside down. You are actually turning it on when you think you are turning it off. Remove the wall switch and turn it 180 degrees.
To replace the brake light switch on a 1995 GMC Sierra 1500, the steering wheel will have to be dismantled until the brake light switch is reached. The switch is changed by unplugging it and plugging in a new one. There are screws holding the switch in place.
with light switch off, hold the "off" button on the fan part of the control & then turn light switch on while still holding the button.
The most probable cause is that the brake light switch is out of adjustment.
You say "turn on the light" because that is what you do. Turning on a light means to flip the electric switch from "off" (where there is no electricity and the light is dark) to "on" (where there is electricity and the light is glowing).
Interrupt the voltage to the light, either by turning off the switch that controls it or by shutting of the voltage supply at the breaker.
Be sure the dome light switch is not turned on manually.
If nothing is holding the pedal down then the brake light switch is at fault.
for rooms with two entrances, you don't have to cross a darkened room before turning on the light, or after turning it off.
Yes. There is a switch that is located under the dash. When you press on the brake it should make the light go out. If it doesn't, the switch probably needs to be replaced. You can see the switch if you look up to toward the top of the brake's arm. You can remove it by turning it a quarter turn and pulling back and then unplugging it. I had the same problem and replacing the switch solved it.
try new ignition switch but not the key part of the switch the electronic part of the switch...when everything stops try turning the key towards the start position but don't turn to far as not to grind the starter while running...if everything comes back on it's for sure.but sometimes even turning the key will not work. remember the electric part of the switch only...
No, you only pay for the power used. Light on you pay, light off no cost.
When you open a switch to a light for example, you cause a break in the flow of current to the light. Opening a light switch means you are turning the light off by stopping the flow of current to it. Closing a switch means you have completed a circuit (basically a loop) and current now flows causing the light to go on. Think of electricity like water. To cause your bath tub to fill up (light on) you have to also complete the circuit by turning the tap. Now we have water flow. (current) To stop the flow of water, we want to open the circuit by turning the tap in the opposite direction causing a break in the flow of water.
The brake light switch is found behind the 1998 VW Beetles brake pedal. Reach it by removing the lower dash console to gain access to the nut holding the switch in place. Remove the nut then then the switch.