First shut the vehicle off, then set the parking brake, then start it back up, the lights should remain off. Once you release the e-brake the lights will come back on.
yes, it lights up only when brake is applied
On the back of a car there are tail lights, turn signals, and brake lights. Cars also have back up lights that tell people when the car is in reverse.
Battery, belts, blinker lights, brackets, brakes, brake lights and bumper are car parts. Bucket seats, Back seat, Brake booster, Brake pedal, Bulbs, Back-up lights, Bearings, Blower motor, Bezel, Back-up alarm,
Then the brake lights are out but the middle one still lights up. (:
Check for a short in your wiring harness or connectors under the dash. Particularly in the vicinity of your brake pedal. It could be rubbing on some wires.
with the park lights on both left and right side are lite. but when the brake is applied the right brake lights up and the left goes out(doesn't light up)
Try these: 19 BACK-UP LIGHTS 7.5 10-3 Back-up lights. 32 LICENSE LIGHTS 7.5 100-1 Parking lights, License plate lights, Tail lights.
Under the brake pedal is a brake light switch that when you press the pedal it hits it and makes your lights come on..sometimes when they get weak the pedal depresses them simply from the weight of the pedal and they stay on..Have a friend get inside the truck and pull UP on the brake pedal as you look at the lights..if the brake lights go off when they pull up on it..then it is that switch under the brake pedal
check for a loose ground wire
The horn, The signal lights, The brake lights, The back up lights, Flashing the high beam headlights,
It could be the brake light switch (the switch that activates the brake lights when you step on the brake pedal) has gone bad
the #3 slot is for the parking lights #11 is for the warning lights #21 is for hazzard lights and #26 is the back up lights the #3 slot is for the parking lights #11 is for the warning lights #21 is for hazzard lights and #26 is the back up lights
you may have your brake light socket and your back up light socket in the wrong holes. Or you have a short but that would probably leave you with a blown fuse and no lights.
Conforming to national / state vehicle construction and use laws. If not, you've got a relay stuck
Check the brake light bulbs in back, one of them may installed incorrectly.
You can back up fairly close to a light-colored wall or garage door, or a plate glass window at night and step on the brake pedal. If the brake lights work, you will see the red glow from each of them in the rear view mirrors. Or you can ask someone to watch the brake lights while you step on the brake pedal and tell you if any or akll of them light up.
You do not need the key in the ignition to make lights work. They are "hot" all the time. The reason you Sid marker lights are coming on at the same time is because you have a bad ground in one of your brake lights. It's allowing electricity to jump from the brake lights to the tail light circuit. Take the brake lights apart, clean up all the rust and make sure they "ground" to bare metal. Problem cured.
Worn master cylinder.
Just pull the parking brake up one click. It won't engage the brake, but it bypasses the headlights.
Yes , the " BRAKE " light in your dash lights up if the emergency / parking brake is on or if the brake fluid level is LOW in the brake master cylinder in the engine compartment
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!
back up close to a door or building... press brake pedal... look into mirror to see if lts are lit
Your Jeep is trying to let you know, before the ticket, that you need to replace some or all the light bulbs in the back end of the Jeep. ie, Tail lights, Back up lights, Lic. Plate lights, brake lights
IT IS LOCATED ON THE BRAKE PEDAL ARM. THERE IS A PLUNGER THAT RIDES IN AND OU AS YOU DEPRESS THE PEDAL