Often these are accessed thru the trunk; have you tried that?
Check the brake light switch on the brake pedal
If you mean the brake lights are stuck on, then check the stoplight switch located on the top of the brake pedal.
The white parts of the tail lights are the reverse lights.
The cruise system shares fuses with the engine and brake lights. If the car runs and the brake lights work, it is not a fuse.
Inside the trunk there is a turnable thumb screws where the brake lights are. Twist screws off and the brake light pops out.
If the brake lights do not work on Chevy Venture van 2000, try to disconnect the brake switch. Then short the two contacts of the connector to check if the brake lights are now working.
check the fuse, brake lights have their own, & check the brake switch at the top of the brake pedal
check your brake fluid level under the hood. This may be true if the brake light is in the dash . If the light your talking about is the actual brake lights on the rear of the car you probablly have a short in the steering column
bulbs blown on high side or wiring shorted
If all the bulbs are good then it may be a blown fuse or a defective or mis-adjusted brake light switch.
There is a brake switch under the dash immediately in front of the brake pedal arm. It has a little button on it that is depressed when the brake is off, but when you press on the brake pedal, the button comes out and the brake lights come on. I'm still trying to get mine out, so if anyone figures out how to do that, I'd like to know. :)
Check the stop light switch - usually located at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
Check the brake switch at the pedal.
check the brake pedal, there is a switch on the back of the pedal that depressed when the brake is depressed that turns the lights on, when this is loose it keeps the lights on.
There are two filaments in the bulb that is used for taillights and brake lights. Make sure BOTH filaments are good before assuming that the bulb is not burned out. If, in fact, both filaments are good, next check the brake light switch. If it is good, check the turn signal switch that is in the steering column
The fuses on the 2000 Dodge Durango should be labeled for each part such as the tail lights. The tail light fuse is a 30 A.
its gotta be a ford a problem with the center brake light circuit causes the lights to go out i believe it is a diode
You can access the middle brake light from the inside of your 2000 Dodge Neon cargo compartment. Remove the brake light wiring harness. Remove the brake light retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new brake light.
Pop the trunk, remove the "3 wingnuts" behind or on the carpet. That will in turn loosen the tail lights. Turn the bulb, and voila!
fuse, bulbs, switch on brake pedal.
The wiring is damaged. It's a known problem with that series. The most probable place to look for damage is the left trunk hinge.
you have to remove the caliper to access the brake pads