Low beams are used more and simply burn out quicker. Replace the bulbs. Check for a broken/corroded wire in the harrness running across the front header bar from one side to the other, I had the same problem and that's what it was.
try new light bulbs
first check the bulbs then the curcut then the fuses on the fuse board
check your bulbs and fuses check your bulbs and fuses
check your fuses first, if none are blown, check the bulbs if none are blown, then take it to a shop you've got a wiring issue.
check fuses, if good, possibly burnt bulbs or wires, check for voltage at wires.
have you checked the bulbs and fuses
My low beams went out one at a time, after coming on, going off, my husband said, probably the bulbs. No way it could have been cause they went out and came on, went out. It was the bulbs. Walmart changed the high beams the first time, make sure the low beams are changed.
Most likely a blown fuse or burnt out bulbs. Check the fuses first
on some cars the tail lights and brake lights are totally different bulbs gain access to the bulbs and have someone push the brakes so that you can determine which bulbs are the brake lights and replace the tail lights
fuses are blown, or bulbs are blown
Have you checked the fuses and bulbs?
you should try checking the fuses and replacing the bulbs the fuses for thos lights should only be about a 10 or a 15
Working brake lights are important for safety reasons while driving. It is important to check all of the wiring, if the brake lights are not working and the fuses and bulbs have been checked.
AnswerThe bulbs for the brake lights are usually separate from the normal tail light bulbs. Check and replace the brake bulbs first, and if they are still not working examine the fuses, switch and wiring.
They are two separate circuits. Check the bulbs and fuses first.
The low beam bulbs are burnt out. See the Sources and Related Links below for bulb info. Also, check your fuses...probably even before inspecting the bulbs.
The brake lights are a separate circuit from the other lights. Check the fuses and bulbs. If fuses and bulbs are okay I would suspect the brake light switch is at fault.
check bulbs, fuses & reverse switch
If the bulbs and fuses are fine, it must be your brake light switch attached to the arm on your brake pedal.
Check fusesCheck bulbsCheck wiringCheck high-beam/low-beam switchMost likely its fuse or bulbs. If bulbs, see sources and related links below.
First check the fuses then change the bulbs it is posable for both to go out
Most likely the vehicle has separate low-beam and high-beam headlight bulbs and you simply have one low-beam bulb that is burnt out.
Check bulbs, fuses and brake switch in that order.
Brake Lights not Stop Lights. Check your Fuses then the Bulbs. Hope This Helps.