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i would advise checking the brake light switch , this is located at the top of the brake pedal, disconnect the wire and turn the switchclockwise one full turn , reconnect the wire and check the lights , you may have to repeat this a few times until the adjustment is just right , very uncommon for both brake lights to go at same time , hope this helps you
Hello! The 1994 models featured larger headlamps and a second set of rear lights
in the bumper. The new rear lights had the wiring changed several times
to meet real or expected European safety legislation. Some vehicles are
left with an arrangement where the vulnerable bumper contains the only
working lights. The rear side lights in the light cluster become non-operational...
put the key in the ignition, and turn it so the lights and everything come on, do not start the engine, then pump the brakes 3 times, turn it off, and then start the engine. This worked for my 2008 for fusion. (if the brakes don't work, try the gas 3 times make sure the engine is off and the car is in park) Best of luck!
please explain what a 52 plate is as i dont live in this third world ethnic majority country that uses codes for the year of a car ,if its basic fusion about 5 yrs old then the light just clips off if i have the right model
I had a 2002 model 1.4 Fiesta, same problem Engine management light or
ECA, electronic accelaration Control (EAC), it needs a ford dealer to do
a computer diagnostic, most likely that it will need replaced.
Mt friend who is a mechanic for ford said that it was a common factory
fault and is very common in 1.4 zetec /duratec petrol models.
I now have a 2007 Fusion and was quick to see if this problem had been sorted on this model, and it has!!