Brake lights on 306 TDi not working, bulbs and fuses ok
Was driving tonight and heard a clicking noise coming from area around the fusebox. When stopped it appeared I had no brake lights. All the Fuses are fine. Could it be relay problem or the microswitch?
Re: Brake lights on 306 TDi not working, bulbs and fuses...
Clicking sound coming from fuse box area on peugeot 106 xl. by glove compartment. intermittent. checked lights etc all appear to be working ok. took it to garage but stopped doing it when I got there?
thanks des. h.
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It possibly is the brake light switch, this is mounted on the top of the brake pedal, check the brake lights are working? The switch is not normally loud enough to hear? Check the area around the brake pedal, make sure things like heater air pipes are secure and away from the pedal. If the brakes are ok and the brake lights are working, it has to be something fouling the pedal.
Did you check the bulbs into taillamps and fuses?If they are O.K. check brake light switch,located on the top of brake pedal with two wires connector.Disconnect the plug and short with wire.Check brake lights at the back.If O.K. check the switch.Some models use self adjusting switch.Just pull out the front part of the switch and put him back.
check brake light fuse. if ok. check to make sure you have dcv at brake pedal brake light switch mounted on brake pedal. if there is voltage present depress brake pedal and dcv shold be present on other terminal of brake pedal switch. if not replace brake pedal switch