first place to look is the brake light switch under the dash touching the brake pedal - it may be stuck or may need adjusting, usually just by undoing a lock nut and screwing it in or out. You should also check the plastic piece that the switch bumps against. It may be broken and need to be replaced.
check your fuses
on the brake pedal under the dash is a brake light switch. that when you depress the brake it turns your lights on. you might wanna check that
check your fusible link, its connected to your positive battery cable,check for burnt marks or it might be swollen.
fluid might be low,emergency brake might not be fully released.
Bad brake light switch
check your ground wires...they might be loose or detached.
check the brake light switch it might be sticking. located under the dash connected to the brake pedal
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.
Check the brake light switch ,on the brake pedal. Might need adjusting.
Uh...I would first check to make sure your bulbs are not blown. check brake light fuse. If still no trace wiring fro brake lights back. Hope this helps. You might also check the brake light switch on brake pedal.
bad switch on brake pedal? do you have brake lights?
It might be low on transmission fluid. If it's a 1995 automatic, many of them were defective and needed to be replaced.
Take a hammer to the tail lights then they will shut off but you might have to get them replaced or somting The tail lights you see may actually be the brake lights stuck on because of a faulty or out of adjustment brake light switch.
Have you gone to a macanic because the wires on the tail lights might have blown.
Just check your brake lite switch which is located at the brake pedal the switch might be broken that is why your brake lite is always on.
fix the problem. if it says brake, it might also be the brake fluid level or brake shoes or pads.
you're wiring might not be grounded right, then you might have a short in the wires
Check the fluid level in the master cylinder.
check the brake fluid level
there is a brake switch under the brake pedal. This is a button that pretty much controls the break lights. you might need to replace this or look through the fuse box under the hood. (blue 15) is the fuse that powers the brake lights.
im not familair with that make of vehicle but. the brake lights anf the signals are supposed to be separte. they both plug into a harness near the back of the vehicle. if your brake lights are working with your signals, you might have something crossed. take it to an expert you trusst and let them check it out.
The tailights might be burned out. Typically the tailights and brake lights are separate bulbs.
there was a recall on the brake light switch you might want to check into that
either your fuse is blown or the wiring is bad
I am not sure on a ford but i had about the same problem on a GM car i had and it was the turn signal switch i replaced it and all the brake lights worked fine you might try that