Park brake light - might mean the e-brake pedal is slightly moved down to initiate light. Battery light - means the alternator is bad or battery bad etc. Parking brake light also comes on when the brake fluid runs low... This happened on a 2003 kia Rio the next day the car died it is either because of a bad battery, alternator or alternator fuse
The parking brake light comes on when you engage the parking brake. Pull the parking brake release handle. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- the brake light also comes on if the brake fluid level in the brake master cylinder is low ( in your engine compartment )
Disconnect your battery and reconnect it and try pulling up on your parking brake.
The battery light stays on when the alternator is over or under charging. The red brake light stays on when the parking brake is set or the fluid is low. The abs light stays on when the abs computer detects a malfunction and sets a code.
What light? Headlights / Parking lights can only be turned off while in park. turn the engine off, set the parking brake. Start the engine..... as soon as you remove the parking brake the lights will come back on
The parking brake light stay lit on the 1999 Mitsubishi Montero sport the parking brake is working and you have not put the light off.
The brake light on most vehicles is not only an indicator that the parking brake is on, but that there is a problem with the system.
In most new cars the parking brake light is also activated when the linings of your brakes wear out.
The 2 lightsare not connected, they do not indicate the same problems. For a Honda I would be looking at the brake fluid level in the master cylinder, or the parking brake sticking on. There may be problems with theswitches that control the brake warning light at either of these locations also. The battery light usually indicates there is a problem with the charging system, usually the alternator, but in rare occasions may be a failure of the battery also.
No , the brake light should come on when you press the parking brake pedal , but the ABS light should not come on
Faulty or over sensitive parking brake switch or sensor.,
my 05 Chevy impala brake light come on when my vehicle is turned off killing my battery.
Check bulbs Check fuse for parking/tailights Check brake light fuse
Kia vehicles tend to turn these lightson together when there is a charging issue such as the alternator, battery or cable connections.
the parking brake is either sticking or the sensor is bad This could also be a warning that there is something wrong with the braking system. The light is not only for the parking brake in most vehicles.
If your parking lights are on and your left brake light doesn't work, the brake may have burnt out. You might also have a wiring problem.
2 things could be the problem. If the "Brake" light is on that usually comes on when you set the parking brake then it could be the brake fluid is low. Check that. If it is the "Brake Lamp" light then check your brake lights. 1 of them could be out.
The red brake warning light is an indication of low fluid, a loss of pressure, or the parking brake being set.The red brake light stays on when the parking brake is set, the fluid is low, or there us a loss of pressure.
The red brake light on the dash means that the brake fluid is low or the parking brake is on.
Either your parking brake is on or the BRAKE FLUID level is LOW in the brake master cylinder
My owner's manual says it's either low brake fluid or a faulty parking brake switch.
sounds like a bad light switch.
it means one or more of the following, the brake fluid is low, the parking brake lever is either up or the circuit for the paking brake switch is shorted, or if the battery light is also on, the car needs a new alternator.
The brake lights will stay on if the switch is either out of adjustment or damaged. Pull up on the brake pedal to see if it will go out, if it does, you might be able to get by just adjusting the position of the brake light switch. BTW, it's on the brake pedal mechanism, under the dashboard.
You may be low on brake fluid or the parking brake linkage needs adjusting.