I would think you probably have 2 problems. Check the brake light switch on the pedal first and get the light s to go off then you may have to take the console off and clean the linkage for the trans as coffee and cokes get spilled on them and cause them to stick.
Bad brake switch. Typically located at the top of the brake pedal.
check the fuse for the brake lights, they have thier own. also check the brake light switch at the at the top of the brake petal
probably a faulty or mis-aligned brake light switch.
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This usually means a bad or wrong bulb in the tail lights
Brake light switch needs adjusting or replacement.
Defective or mis-adjusted brake light switch
replace the lamp socket they short in a strange way, it happened to me 3x. the socket carbonized from bulb heat
try unscrewing the back light covers and replacing the lights
It should say TAIL for taillights or maybe brake lights.
Switch is defective or out of adjustment.
It sounds like your brakelight switch is stuck. It's located above the brake pedal.
The brake light in the dash would be on because the emergency brake is on. If you mean the brake lights in the back, this would be because you are pressing the brake peddle or something is broken.
They aren't. The brake light circuit is not connected with the headlight circuit.
Check under dash at your brake pedal for a plunger sensor, the brake pedal may not let it be releasing. Brake pedal arm pushes it in to activate the lights
Fuse panel. under the hood by washer reservoir
replace fuse and hazard flasher
There's a switch that the brake pedal engages when pressed that makes the brake lights go on. this switch may be stuck.Or the peddle staying on switch
Either the brake light switch is out of adjustment, or has gone bad.
Check the fuse, and the bulbs, then the switch on the top of the brake pedal
Check the brake switch located on your brake pedal shaft. May have to be replaced.
Console lights and brake lighting are on different circuits (Fused seperately). Check the following: bulbs, bases, corroded connections, poor ground, blown fuses, faulty light switch.
Regardless of vehicle make, model, or age, when vehiclcle brake lights remain on when the brake pedal is not depressed, the cause is that the linkage between the brake system and the switch is improperly adjusted, OR less commonly, a defective switch.
Yes, it has brake lights.
on the brake pedal bracket there is an acuator it may be adjustable or you may need to replace it