Have you replaced any tail light or turn signal bulbs lately? It is a common mistake to replace a combinaton turn signal/tail light bulb with the wrong one. I ran into this problem on an older Buick. I replaced a bad turn/tail bulb with the wrong bulb. The new bulb fit but when I stepped on the brakes the dash lights would come on. What I did wrong was I put an 1156 (single contactor bulb) in the turn tail socket which was supose to take an 1157 ( double contactor bulb). Check your turn tail bulbs and make sure they are correct.
The fuse probably blew that controls the dashboard lights.
did you check the fuse?
You need a new fuse
Check the switch at the brake pedal .
Check your fuse.
Check stop light switch - usually located at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash
Because it is British.
Some cars have a knob for the headlights. If this knob is turned left or right when pulled out, it changes the brightness of the dashboard lights from off to full brightness.
Which light are you asking about? Dashboard location would help -- Brake lights mean the brake is being applied, but I'm sure that's not what you're asking.
A blown fuse can make your dashboard lights to not work in your 1993 Chevy Blazer Tahoe. A burned out bulb can also cause this.
All my dashboard lights won't work on my 2000 Holden Vectra. Cigarette lighter, stereo, speedo, heater control lights and gear selection lights are all in the dark. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
It's probably your brake lights, not your brakes.