the brake light switch down at the brake pedal is most likely bad .Answer
First, use a test light to check to see if the bulbs are getting power. If not, check the stop light switch. This is the switch connected to the brake pedal. When the brake pedal is pushed, this switch closes the circut and causes the brake lights to come on.Answer
The brake lights are wired through the hazard switch, Turn the hazard lights on and off several times, the brake lights should start working.
the hazzard swith has a little plastic piece that dry rots over time, go to junkyard and by the switch, very simole job, cost me 25 cents
It's under a panel door that says FUSES on it that's under the dash over the brake pedal.
I've got a '92 skylark, and had a problem with the brake lights staying on even after the car was off. There is an adjustment that is connected to the brake pedal that you can adjust the tension on. It's kind of a pain to get up under there unless you're skinny though.
The only thing common to all those lights (but not to the center brake light) is the hazard switch. I'd check that next. On my 96 Century the hazards override the signals and brake lights meaning that the signals and brake lights must be wired into the hazard switch somehow.
who knows i have the same question
I have 05 with no brake lights
Sounds like it's not your bulb that is bad. It may be your brake switch isn't working.
On my 1999 Buick Regal the DRL module is located on the outside foot well behind the parking brake pedal under the carpet. My DRL has gone bad and is making the car quit.
It is important to have working brake lights on a vehicle. If the brake lights are not working a person should first check the fuse, bulbs and at last the wiring.
the brake light driver side not working
Just turn the housing the bulb is in and pull it out. Remove and replace the bulb the same way. For the rear lights, you have to push on a tab to release the housing the bulbs are in.
Check the bulbs - they are double filamented - smaller for stop/turn and larrger for tailights Check the sockets for corrosion Check the sockets for power /ground