That is the way it goes. Really about the only way is to remove the fuses one at a time and see when the brake lights go out. If the lights are not working, just pull fuses until you find one that is blown.
Don't forget to check under the hood on the passenger side fender- there's another fuse block there!
Check the brake light switch located above the brake pedal, sometimes they go bad, delicate reed switches inside. when you buy the new part - READ INSTRUCTIONS FIRST!! It's a self adjusting part, and you only get one shot at installation, it's an easy fix. Do NOT push the plunger down on the switch, if you try to reset it you will damage the switch, just follow directions word for word and your golden.
brake relay or sensor
as it states in the owners manual- Mopar Brake Fluid or equivalent marked FMVSS No. 116, DOT-3 and SAE J1703.
The fuse for the brake lights is in the engine compartment fuse box, located behind the battery. Open the lid. Several fuses are marked but many are not. There is a group of 12 fuse sockets in the middle of the panel, arranged in 3 rows and 4 columns. The brake light fuse is in row 2, column 2. It powers left, right and middle brake lamps. If your brake switch fails in the ON position, you can pull this fuse until you can get a replacement switch. The drain of these lights being on can kill your battery overnight. Do not drive car without brake lights!Answerthe fuse panel is located behind the kick panel on the pass side, just below the dash.(to the right of where your feet sit in the floor board) there is also another power distribution panel under the hood next to the battery. Answerthere is no fuse marked brake lights on jeep cherokee's if you have no brake lights and all bulbs are good your problem is the brake switch mounted on your brake pedal, about 30 bucks.
How to change the brake switch on a 2004 Jeep grand Cherokee Laredo
Blown fuse, broken wire, or short in your running lights circuit. you may also not have dash lights. Brake lights, T/S are on a separate circuit. Hope this helps, Mike
should be the tail lights fuse
most likely through the brake fluid reservoir . when in doubt , check your owners manual
Look in the owners manual. I think they are fused separately.
It has a separate fuse .I bet you have a trailer connection. The correct fuse is noted in the owners manual.
take it to a mechanic I dont wanna "break lights"
I would check the bulbs in the tail lights first. Your Brake switch is working ,because of the third brake light is coming on.Ususally all the brake lights are on the same fuse.... Thanks DomAnswerCenter window light is on a separate circuit. Manufacturers did that so you don't lose all the brake lights at once. Check connections at brake switch and fuses. If ok look for broken wire in harness...............good luck, Mike
First things first you need to check your fuses. In the owners manual you will find the location of the fuse that relates to the brake lights. Take the fuse out and hold it up to see if the connection is broken if it is replace and the brake lights should work.
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.
check your fuses
It depends on the vehicle. Resubmit question with make, model and year of vehicle. And/Or, consult your owners manual for location and identification of fuses.