The brake light switch is out of alligment. Check on the brake pedal arm and readjust the switch.
Check bulbs - they are double filamented smaller is for turn and brake lights
Brake light switch failure, bad ground wire at rear of vehicle or fuze blown.
Often this type of behavior is caused by a bad ground for the lighting circuit. Check the ground circuit for the brake lights.
Brake bulbs. You might need to replace them. It just happened to mine and it was tricky to do it. To take the brake lights you need to pull them from the sides, there is a small piece that would come out easily and then you can just take the screws out.
Switch is defective or out of adjustment.
Check for a blown brake light fuse ( in the fuse panel ) or the brake light switch at the brake pedal could be the problem. The brake light switch releases the shifter lock as well as operating the brake lights.
Check wiring for 12v also the brake switch on the brake pedal.
The brake lights will stay on if the switch is either out of adjustment or damaged. Pull up on the brake pedal to see if it will go out, if it does, you might be able to get by just adjusting the position of the brake light switch. BTW, it's on the brake pedal mechanism, under the dashboard.
APPLY BRAKES AND SEE IF BRAKE LIGHTS COME ON. IF NO BRAKE LIGHTS, REPLACE THE BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH LOCATED ON THE BRAKE PEDAL ARM AND THIS SHOULD ALLOW YOU TO SHIFT OUT OF PARK. IF THAT BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH IS BROKE, YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO GET IT OUT OF PARK
My 1991 Ford Mustang was 15.4 U.S. gallons , I assume the 1992 would be the same
Brake and parking lights? Are you sure, the two aren't interconnected. Maybe it's just the brake light. If so, sounds like a bad brake light switch. If you step on the brakes and the brake and parking (sometimes called running lights) lights come on it sounds like you have a real problem. Suggest you have it checked right away.
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As this is an intermittant problem it is more than likely the brake light switch is sticking at times..
The most likely cause is a defective brake light switch; It is located towards the top of the brake pedal.
Check stop light switch at top area or brake pedal - maybe damaged when column broken
Start with checking the fuse, then the bulbs, then the brake light switch, then the wiring. If all that checks okay I would suspect the signal switch.
I just had this problem. It turns out there's a plastic piece on the brake that hits the Stoplight switch. If the Stoplight switch is not depress, the rear park lights (stop light) would stay on.
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Check fuses, If brake lights do not work, transmission will not shift out of park. Brake light circuit is common to shift interlock. That's why you must step on brake to release interlock prior to shifting out of "Park" If stop lights are not working interlock will not release.
does your car has a separate fuse for the tail light? do the lights come on when you hit the brake.
Have you checked the fuses? Different circuits have different fuses. It may be your wiring harness, but check the fuses first.
you may have your brake light socket and your back up light socket in the wrong holes. Or you have a short but that would probably leave you with a blown fuse and no lights.
20 amp square 2 prong fuse
Check all the brake lights and dont forget the one behind the back window. That should fix the problem.