try pulling up on the parking brake while holding out on the release handle, if the light stays on u likely have a pressure problem , check the fluid level first
look on the master cylinder you should see a sensor plugged into it with a wire running from it into the harness. trace and check that wire for bare spots or grounding. if not then unplug the wire and see if the light goes off. if it does then change the master cylinder. if it don't then look at your wire again for grounding
It is on a bracket under the dash and above the brake pedal.
the fuse panel is located on the drivers side up under the dash almost directly behind the emergency brake pedal..
To change the high beam indicator you have to take the instrument cluster out of the dash.
the brake light switch is on the top of the brake pedal arm. under dash.
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faulty sensor/emergency brake stuck partially on
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Check at the upper end of the brake pedal undeer dash area
It is mounted on a bracket under the dash at the brake pedal. From there it is self explanatory.
Usually on the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
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
under the dash ,attached to the brake pedal
If i am not mistaken, it is the shift indicator light on a manual transmission vehicle
The brake light switch is under the dash, and whenever the brake pedal is touched the brake light comes on. If the switch has failed or is out of adjustment it will leave the brake light on.
It is located under the drive side dash. The brake pedal mechanism presses against the switch when you press on.
* It could be a blown fuse or * the brake light switch on top of the brake pedal under the dash is bad or * the turn signal switch is bad.
It is important to pay attention to the warning lights on the dashboard. When the ABS and brake lights flask that means there is something wrong with the brake system.
AnswerIndicator light on dash? Check fluid level in master cylinderMake sure parking brake is fully releasedCheck Brake fluid levelI have a 1996 Tacoma 2.7L and my brake indicator light on the dash is always on. So- here's how to check what's wrong... Start truck, release parking brake, if light is on, push the parking brake handle in/towards dash, if light goes off then you have a bad spring (like my truck does) or the like on the parking brake handle. That's all. Sometimes when I drive, I push it in/light goes off and then the handle works it's way out again and the light comes back on.
If you are talking about the dash indicator light, it should go out if all the brake lights are functioning properly. Don't forget the brake light in the rear window.
It's an yellow warning indicator lamp. It lights when brake pads are weared. Now it's time to replace the used brake pads!
1978 was the 25th Anniversary of the Chevrolet Corvette. Changes made were a new fastback rear window, special editions of Silver Anniversary and the Indy 500 Pace Car, as well as redesigned dash and instruments.
Should be the DRL (Daylight Running Light) indicator. Mandatory on Canadian spec passenger vehicles since 1988 and 1996ish for trucks. With the dash headlight switch off and the vehicle running, are the lights on? When you turn on the headlights does the indicator go out??
Check the level of brake fluid in master cylinder - if low could be indicator that brake pads are worn and need replacement or leak in system and needs attention. Check to make sure that parking brake is fully released
On the brake pedal bracket under the dash.On the brake pedal bracket under the dash.
Check the operation and alignment of the brake light switch, located at the upper end of the brake pedal under the dash area