There's a solinoid in the transmission.Suggest to check that first. Turn on interior lights. Start engine. If the lights go out when the engine stalls, you have a bad ignition switch.
I'm no expert, but it could be a battery or alternator related problem.
The lights come on when you start the car. They will not come on if you have the park brake on. Once you release the park brake they will come on immediately.
You may want to start with the brake fuse. If you still have turn signals and lights. you may also want to check the brake electical relay switch in the relay box Check as well the brake switch located at the brake pedal.
try your brake light swtich on the brake pedal and check wires
depress the brake pedal and turn the engine switch to the start posiiton and start the engine,,, Does this mean to hold the brake down until you hear the engine start.
My car did the same thing, is your lights affected? If so it's your alternator.the lights are not affected. i mean they cut out when the car stalls out but isn't that typical?
Start with the light sensor on the brake pedal arm.
there is a short in the relay for the head lights
Conforming to national / state vehicle construction and use laws. If not, you've got a relay stuck
It's the turn signal switch which is the culprit.
Start with: Check fuses, brake light switch (at brake pedal), check for trailer harness problems, check bulbs.
Adjust or replace stop lght switch
A blown bulb. Check fuses and then start replacing the bulbs one by one.
A brake light switch may be bad if a 1996 Toyota Corolla will not go into gear and the brake lights don't work. Another issue could be in the shift lock solenoid.
depress the emergency brake. That will shut off the DRLs.
Start with checking the bulbs andthe fuse.
I'm not a mechanic but I would start by checking the brake fluid level in the brake master cylinder in your engine compartment
Start with the fuses, then check the bulbs, then start tracing wires.
Start with checking the fuses and bulbs. See sources and related links below for bulb information.
brake lights dont work start here check break light fuse check bulbs in tail lights check stop light switch on brake pedal under dash if problem still exists there is a break or short somewhere in the wiring
You can only turn off the headlights by applying the emergency brake. When the emergency brake is on, the headlights will not light. Otherwise the best of my expererience is that they are on all the time. If you have remote start, put the emergency brake on before you leave the vehicle and when you remote start it, the headlights will not be on, but the driving lights (if switch is on) will be on as well as the parking lights.
Start with the fuses, then go to the more complex problems
by design the DAY-TIME-RUNNING lights are not intended to be turned off by choice. When you start the 99 blazer with the parking brake on, the DTR lights are off. When you release the parking brake they come on. When you park again and apply the parking brake the DTR lights will stay on, unless you stop the engine and re-start the engine. Since the DTR lights are inter-wired to the regular headlights, they can not be defeated without affecting the regular headlights.
First shut the vehicle off, then set the parking brake, then start it back up, the lights should remain off. Once you release the e-brake the lights will come back on.