I have a 2001 pontiac sunfire that has all the lights functioning even the brake light on the spoiler works but i don't have any brake lights. I have checked the fuse and the bulbs and even replaced the brake pedal switch and still no brake lights? Is there anything else i can do?
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Sounds like possibly your emergency brake cable got stuck at one point in time, its probably wearing your brakes down horribly. Also your rear brake calipers may have gone bad and are partially stuck closed.
I think these lights are not related. The ABS light means the ABS is not working, and has nothing to do with the brakes working. You can have brakes and not have the ABS part working. I don't think a bad ABS would turn on the check engine light, but it may.
Check your wiring from the lights to the front..The wires go under the rear seat and they sometimes come pinched..Theres a bad wire or connection there somewhere..Just try and follow the wires up to the fuse box..It could even be corded under the fuse box,Hope this helps you..And Have A Great day..
This is the Spoiler Dude. The spoiler light is attached with screws to the spoiler. You must remove the screws and then the spoiler light will come away from the spoiler. Clip the two wires ( Black & Red ). Attached the new spoiler light ( I can get that for you) with a sleeve. Test the new light with the brake pedal depressed. Screw in the new light and that is it. If you have any questions. Call Spoiler Dude Paul 719-661-8600 email@example.com
You might want to check your brake fluid level. When your level is low it triggers the light on reminding you that your breaks need to be looked at. If your fluid level is fine, it may be a defective fluid level switch or float inside the master cylinder resivoir. Hope this helps you!!!