It has a separate fuse .I bet you have a trailer connection. The correct fuse is noted in the owners manual.
Blown fuse or bad brake light switch?
change the brake lights check the fuse check the brake light swtch
The BOO (Brake On/Off) Switch may need to be replaced. If it is bad, it would cause the brake lights to NOT illuminate when the brake pedal is applied.
Look for a fuse labeled TAIL LIGHTS. There are 2 separate circuits, one for brake turn and flasher and the other is for tail lights.
The bulb is burnt out. If the problem was a fuse, then all brake lights and probably the dashboard lights would be out as well.
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 for a brake light fuse
this tells you is a simple wiring problem.most likely a loose wire from the third light to the other lights.(third lights provides the power to the other lights)
I tried all the fuses, the parts that under the brakes I checked that. All lights come on and working except the brake lights no break lights.
Check the brake light bulbs, Check the brake light fuse, Check the brake light switch, In that order.
Check your brake light switch at hte brake pedal.
Check the brake light fuse, the bulbs, the brake light switch and last, check the signal switch.
This is operating as intended. Brake lights are only activated when the brake pedal is pressed, irrespective of the other lights in use. It is a safety feature so vehicles behind are aware the brakes have been applied. They are separate from the tail lights so they still give a visual indication of braking whether the other lights are on or off.
I just had my Daewoo Leganza brake light switch replaced. It goes under the brake pedal. and now my brake lights work fine.
for the tail lights all the other lights are working blanking lights brake lights and reverse lights but no tail lights on both side
Check bulbs they are double filamented smaller for brake lights larger for tailights Check fuses Check stop light switch
Since the break lights turn on when the head lights are activated, the problem is probably in the wiring of your break lights. Someone may have accidentally disconnected the wires of your break lights to your head lights.
possibly the fuse for brake lights......also could be brake light switch----turn signal switch----broken wiring anywhere in the vehicle---relay not working ---any other item specific to your venicle.
Should be on same circuit as other brake lights
Brake Lights that Will Not Turn OffAlthough it's possible there could be other reasons, the most common causes for brake lights to stay on continuously include:The brake light [if mounting position is adjustable] is out of adjustment, orThe brake light switch contacts are fused ["welded"/melted] together, orThe brake light switch is otherwise defective.
Check the brake light fuse. If you have 12 volts at the brake light switch I would suspect the signal light switch is at fault.
Your trailer tailights are dual-filament, with one being the running lights and the other the brake lights. You need a separate power source from your towing vehicle's brake lights to power them. The easiest way to do this is go to U-Haul and but a set of their trailer towing taillight bulbs for your towing vehicle. The bulbs replace your standard tail/brake light bulbs, and they have two wires coming out of the base of the bulb. One of the wires connects to your trailer's running lights, and the other one connects to your trailer's brake light circuit. I'm trusting that when you re-wired your trailer, you ran two wires from the taillight socket, one for the running lights and one for the brake lights. In some trailers, the brake light circuit also doubles as your turn signals. Good Luck.
i got a 2006toyota highlander my tail lights dont work but,every other light works please help me
check that you have double filament bulbs in tail lights
Brake lights often use a dual-filament bulb. If this gets inserted the wrong way other functions can suffer.