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remove your tail light bulbs than put in a new fuse if it does not blow it is a bulb socket put one bulb back in check the fuse if it blows remove bulb. than put bulb in other socket if it doesnt blow with new fuse you will know what socket to replace. if this was helpful please leave feedback
Common problem with these cars are that the rubber piece that "gaps" your brakepedal from the micro-switch keeps breaking (they usually have a replacement rubber piece connected on the brake pedal beside it). If your brake lights won't go off because of this, either change-out this rubber gap piece - or, you can just change the gap with a wrench, and not even use the rubber gap piece (this is what I ended up doing on a couple of my escorts).
Remove the rear console section (two screws, one on each side at the rear of the section), then remove the front console section (four push-pins, two on each side and two screws at the back of the console revealed after removing the rear section) and remove the screws holding the shifter plate down or try to work the bulb holder out. The holder twist into the underside of the plate on the driver side of the plate.
Sounds like your brake light switch has gone bad. It is located on your brake pedal and is easy to change and relatively inexpensive. Let me know if you have any more questions. Thanks for rating my response and for using FixYa!
if your fusebox is in the panel to the right of the ignition key, the fuse is number 29, this fuse also covers other items so it maybe that either the cables have come off the back of the lighter or it is faulty if the fuse is good. hope this helps.
hi.t thing to do firstly is check your fuses under bonnet and then check the fuses inside the car which are mostly under the dashboard and are easy to get to.
It could be that one of your other fuses has blown and caused this to short circuit.
Check all the fuses throughout and if they are all ok except the one that lights up the gears your in,then change that one.
It might not be that the bulb has blown at all.
If this all fails,then you will have to go through the process of taking out the centre concule which is or should only be clipped into place by self tapping screws which should just pop out with a flat ended screw driver and are easy to push back into place with your thumb.
Hope this has helped.