Your brake lights are stuck on can you unplug 1 side of your battery?
Yes, but that won't fix the problem. Sounds like a faulty switch under arm. Find it & see if the button is stuck-if so, they are cheap & easy to replace.
What if your brake lights are stuck on can you unplug 1 side of your battery on a 94 mercury villager?
Look up under your dash where the brake pedal is attached, you will see a switch that makes the brake lights turn on when you step on the pedal and off when you leave off the pedal. The switch is probably stuck. In the meantime you could disconnect the negative battery cable so your battery doesn't die.
How do you get the brake lights on your 1990 Honda Accord to turn off Everything else is turned off but the brake lights are still on and are draining the battery?
What causes brake lights to stay on all the timeIt is a 1998 pontic sunfire Had to disconnect the battery to shut them off.?
A dead cell in the battery will cause it to loose it's charge overnight. The only fix is to replace the battery. Also if something is on drawing power from the battery it will run it down overnight. Look at all lights. Interior, under hood, trunk, give box, brake lights, etc. It can also be a stuck relay.
A dead cell in the battery, any light on the vehicle that is pulling power from the battery, or a stuck relay. Check all the lights on the vehicle including the brake lights to make sure they are not on after you shut the vehicle down. To see if you have a dead cell in the battery, disconnect the negative battery cable overnight. If the battery is dead the next morning then the battery has…
1998 Honda Accord EX is stuck in Park No brake lights am told safety neutral switch What does this have to do with brake lights Why won't a brake light switch won't fix it?
What is causing my Hyundai Accent brake lights to stay on all the time thereby running the battery down?
If the battery is running down if it sits for a long period of time then either something is on that is pulling power from the battery or the battery has a dead cell. Check the under hood, glove box, trunk, & interior lights. Also check the brake lights. In rare cases it can be a stuck relay such as a power window relay. If it has a dead cell the only fix is to…
You may have something on that is pulling power from the battery. Check all the lights on the vehicle. Under hood, glove box, dome, brake, backup, curtorsey, etc. You also may have a stuck relay running the battery down. The battery itself may have a dead cell. If so the only fix is too replace the battery.
I have to disconnect the battery cable every time I stop or the car will not start after 30 minutes. It's a new battery and the alternator has been checked. What could be wrong?
What is wrong when the rear lights of 02 Chrysler town and countrywon't shut off unless you pull the brake light fuse?
Brake Lights "Stuck" ON Usually this is caused by the brake light switch position NOT being adjusted properly. Another possibility is that the brake pedal is NOT returning fully to the retracted position. Another possibility is that the brake light switch internal contacts have become stuck together [welded from heat buildup.
Possibly dead cell in battery which would mean the battery is defective and needs replacing. Also can be some light on the vehicle is on and pulling power from the battery. Can also be a relay is stuck closed. Check all lights such as under hood, trunk, glove box, dome, courtesy, and brake lights. Check p/w, p/l, p/s, fuel pump relays.
Check and see if you have brake lights - If there are no brake lights then your shifter release solenoid will not release the shifter, it will be stuck in park. If this has happened then please check the wiring on the brake light switch which is located on the brake pedal. You will probably find a broken wire.
My car is a 99 Ford Contour and is not holding the chargeHas new alternator battery is good according to O'Reilly and still doesn't keep the charge can someone help me?
If your battery is loosing it's charge overnight then there is a few things that can cause this. The most common cause is a battery that has a dead cell. The way to find out is to park the car in the evening and disconnect the negative battery cable. When you get up the next morning reconnect the negative cable and see what you find. If the battery has run down then the battery has…