To prevent the car from stalling
If you look up under the dash, you'll see a switch on the arm holding the brake pedal. That's where it starts.
Look for a blown fuse.
Brake fluid does not need to be changed as oil is but constantly needs to be replenished.
Have an electrician check the wiring that goes to the brake lights in the trunk of the car.
Could the brake lights be remaining on instead of tail lights? If so you may need a brake light switch adjustment or replacement.
the switch needs to be adjusted
brake light switch, it is typically located above the brake pedal somewhere on the brake pedal arm
Could be air in the breaks or your running out of brake fluid. Id suggest refilling up on fluid or checking for air in them.
my lights are not working when i changed the pads on my peutgeo partner van
Unlike the two standard brake light bulbs, which are generally changed from behind, a 'third' brake light is usually changed from the front. Locate the lens mounting screws and remove them; the bulb should then be revealed.
already changed brake switch but cant shift form P
If you want to know if there is somewhere you can get instruction on changing brake pads because you need your brake pads changed, then the answer would be yes.
oil or brake fluid needs to be changed
Possibly a bad BOO Switch. BOO means Brake On and Off switch. Common problem in mid 90's explorers. Would cause rough idle and stalling.
check your bulbs
Go to your dealership and pay to got your brake-pads changed.
THIS WAS MY QUESTION, BECAUSE THE 3RD BRAKE LIGHT WAS BLINKING I THOUGHT THERE WAS A MAJOR PR0BLEM,TURNS OUT IT WAS THAT BOTH BULBS WERE BAD,CHANGED THEM AND EVERYTHING WAS FINE
Brake discs or rotors need only be changed if they are scored or below minimum thickness. Pads will typically need to be changed about every 40,000 kms or so. Inspect for wear at least twice a year.
You need to have the brake fluid changed immediately. Washer fluid will damage all of the seals in the brake system
Well the first thing that you would want to do is to check your vehicles brake fluid. Typically, if the brake fluid is low then your brake pads probably need to be changed.
THe fluid will need flushed and changed.
Do not drive the car. Have it towed to a repair shop and have the brake fluid changed.
Possible that the rear sensors are broken.
The rear brake pads on your 1993 Ford Escort can be changed by removing the brake pad Springs and break caliper. The brake pads will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake pads.