Even after replacing the switch it needs to be aligned with the shifter. Put the car in reverse and then have someone watch the lights as you loosen the switch and then rotate it slightly forward or backwards. once the lights come on, secure it in position.
try replacing the dimmer switch they sometimes go bad and do not allow voltage to the lights
no. try replacing the headlight switch... eBay
the switch on brake pedal is faulty and needs replacing
About the only thing they have in common is the headlight switch. Have it checked out.
If your brakes lights are not working and all of your other lights are OK try replacing your "brake stop switch". You may have to have either your local auto shop or local dealer replace the switch because it's hard to do yourself. I had the same problem on my Tahoe and replacing the brake stop switch solved it right away.
I would start with replacing the head light switch
Check to see if the dash lights dim or if the tail lights come on when the light switch is turned on. If these other lights work then check for a headlight relay. Most likely causes are either the switch or the relay.
Be sure the dash illumination dimmer switch is not turned off.
I have a 99 blazer with the same problem. If i move the light dimmer dial from side to side it will stop. You can change the switch or from time to time wiggle the switch.
Try checking the neutral safety switch. This switch is the one in automatic transmissions that makes the backup lights "flip" on when going from park to drive as you go through the gears. When my neutral safety switch shorted my backup lights stayed on constantly.
It can be your switch or the fuse try checking the fuse first.
The switch on your brake pedal that controls the lights is most likely stuck, try some WD40 before replacing it.
It is probably the brake lights that are on due to a misinstalled or damaged brake light switch.
AnswerMost likely a faulty turn signal switch, or possibly the wiring to it.replace switch assembly.
Could be the interior light switch on the dash is turned on or the door light switch is broken.
have you tried replacing the bulb If its an auto,when replacing the switch on the g/box you have to rotate switch to a certain position.This may be only a few millimetres left or right.Try that
change the headlight switch it controls the running lights....$15 at autozone
Pulling the turn signal switch toward you should switch the lights to the low beams. If that doesn't work, you may have to replace the switch, which means replacing the entire turn signal stalk.
check the multi function switch. I hava a 96 Chevy Monte Carlo and I had the same problem . I changed the multi function switch and the brakes lights now work. the rear brake lights run thru the switch on the turn signal circuit. try it and see.
Had the same thing happen on a '73 SB. It turned out (after much cussing) to be the ignition switch. Try replacing the switch with an OEM and "see" what happens!
I can't turn the yellow brake or parking lights on my 1998 Chevy blazer off and it's draining my battery.Could you please tell me which fuse or switch I'd use to disable the front yellow lights? This is happening even with the car off.
Check fuse for tail/parking/dash lights
Check fuse, check bulbs, check brake light switch, check wiring and then check signal switch, in that order.
Try replacing the headlight switch, it has the dimmer built into it.