Check the fuses.
What fuse is for the 2005 Ford mustang Rear Brake lights?
I'm guessing you're talking about your turn signal light. From what you wrote I think I'd have to say it sounds like a bad turn signal switch. The brake lights run through the turn signal switch on mostly all vehicles.
How the brake lights work on a 66 Mustang is very simple. Power goes from the headlight switch to the brake light switch, then through the turn signal switch and back to the brake lights. There is no fuse in that system. There is a self resetting circuit breaker in the headlight switch, but, if that was tripped, none of the lights on the car would work. The first thing to check is the brake light switch itself by bypassing it. Unplug the connector from the switch and run a jumper from from one slot in the connector to the other. If the brake lights come on, replace the brake light switch. If they don't, the problem is either a wire has lost continuity or there is a problem in the turn signal switch.
i have a 1992 F-150 all of my lights work but my rear passenger side brake lite and signal do not i have changed bulbs and checked all my fuses and wires what do i do?
The most common cause for brake lights to be out on a 2001 Mustang GT is a blown bulb. There are some instances where there is faulty wiring.
the turn signal switch is probably bad
If you have the same bulb for brake and signal, brake light power needs to be interrupted by the signal lights, The brake circuit has to go through the signal light switch so the problem could be there.
check the fuses
That the lights need fixing maybe?? That the lights need fixing maybe??
Since most brake/turn use the same filament in the bulb(1157) then if the turn signal switch is bad or offset then it will effect the brake lights.
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Check and make sure you have the correct bulb. The turn signal/brake light is a dual element bulb and if you have a single element it does not work properly.
Tail lights. Brake lights. Backup lights. Signal lights. License plate lights.
you forgot to plug in the brake fluid sensor.
I would check the running lights for one with a short. I had the same sort of thing with my trailer and I spent way to much time troubleshooting the brake and signal wires. Turns out a running light bulb connector was grounding out on the trailer and messing it all up.
either dimmer switch or blown fuse If you are saying that the tail brake lights are working but the third brake light is not....It may be a defective turn signal switch in the steering column.
You probably have a bad turn signal switch (inside the steering column) if this is a GM.
Assuming the signal lights still work, no. But a bad brake light switch or a blown brake light fuse could.
One of two things. Either the brake light switch behind the brake pedal. Or try wiggling or rotating your turn signal stalk in a circle motion. If the brake lights work when the turn signal stalk is wiggled then you need to replace the turn signal stalk.
The brake lights and signal lights are tied together in the signal switch, also known as the "multifunction switch".
The whole turn signal arm unit needs to be replaced
Check the fuses for your brakes.