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Cannot get old bULB out of right rear brake light.




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I recommend Autozone and they can help you but the owners manual should show you how but if it does not give Autozone a try

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My 1995 nissan xe 4 cylinder 5 speed truck is not getting any power to the brake lights. I have checked the fusses, I have checked everything and replaced the bulbs. Still no lights.

I am pretty certain I can help you with this!
The part of the truck that "energizes" the brake lights in under the dashboard and is connected to the metal framing by the brake pedal.
The brake light switch has at least 2 wires attached to it, and when you press the brake pedal, the switch has a pushbutton that is supposed to release and activate the lights.
If you will take a strong light down to that area, roughly in front of your knees whilst driving, you should find this plastic switch is bad, broken, or out of adjustment.
There is also a white plastic button that goes into a hole in the brake pedal that could be missing.
God bless your efforts.

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Why don't i have any tail lights on my truck? no fuse in the fusebox for tail lights can anybody help me please?

Have you checked that your break light switch has not gone bad? It's located at the base the of steering column, just behind the brake pedal.

Also, check the brake light circuit. Start at the fuse box under the hood and make sure the brake lights fuse is not blown, the terminals are free of corrosion and that the connections are tight. Then check the brake light switch on the bake pedal arm.

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2011 ford feista se brake light out on drivers side. Running light and blinker work. Have replaced bulb and socket with same results what do I do now?

Did you try the passenger side brake bulb in the driver side socket (maybe the new lamp is bad)??

If it works, then the problem is either a bad ground connection / wire at / between chassis and the shell of brake lamp socket, or bad 12 volt wire at / between the common passenger 12 volt brake light wire in the harness to the center contact on the brake lamp socket.

My suggestion is if the brake lamp wire is ONLY for brakes - not the directional too, simply add a new wire spliced into the passenger side brake light wire and extend it to the brake light wire closest to the new socket that you recently installed on the driver side. Disconnect the vehicle brake wire from the new socket and wire nut it off or tape it up (so it can't short out if it somehow becomes energized again) and splice this new wire to the new socket.

Test & you're done!

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Metal scraping sound when in reverse

turning? Hmm. sounds like the metal dust shield(s) behind the brake rotor(s) may be making contact with the brake rotor. Sometimes when the wheel is removed, road debris hits the shield, or metal fatigue weakened by heat from the brakes it causes it to bend. easily adjusted by bending away from rotor.

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Stop lights not working

Check bulbs and fuse first than test your brake light switch .usually the vehicle cant be taken out of gear if fuse or switch are bad. The best way of testing would be with a 12 volt test light. The light can be bought at any auto parts store under $20.00. Hook one end of light to ground (metal unpainted on truck) touch the other end on fuse touch metal connection on both sides of fuse (one side at a time )with key on . Test light should light . if it only lights on one side the fuse is blown and will need to be replaced. If all is good remove tail light bulbs. have someone sit in truck with key turned to on. Ground the test light and touch the point of test light to conection in bulb recepticle on truck it should light on one side when brakes are pushed .there are 2 metal connections in resepticle the other one is running lights. test with lights on. one should light up for sure. if the test light lights with both all is good bulbs are for sure bad. if this was helpful please leave good feed back

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Does a heat sheild of some type go on the starter. Seems if starter gets to hot the truck will no longer start and will have o wait for cool down before starting the vehicle again?

Sounds like the starter is going bad.1) You can fabricate a shield yourself out of tin or thin sheet metal. Make sure you do not come in contact with the positive wire going to the starter when installing. 2) you can replace the starter -recommended- then add a shield to prolong the life of your new starter.

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I have a 2000 nissan truck . And today my ABS

Hey name is Keith..and you have 2 problems..from my expierence..your brake light problem is usually caused by the switch either bad or loose on the back side of your brake pedal..and your ABS light is uaually caused by a bad sensor in your brakink system that needs to be checked out by a shop..unless you are able to troubleshoot and figure out which sensor is at fault..i hope i helped..if not feel free to write back

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Brake and battery light are on in my 85 toyota pick up

sounds like a alternator take the truck to a local rebuilder and have him test it

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Brake line leaking


I had this same issue. This location you mentioned is prone to the accumulation or road grit/sand and water and leads to rust through of the two brake lines. I determined it was best to take a tubing cutter and remove the bad sections and just replace them with new brake lines. (splice in) You'll need a steel tubing flare kit, two brake lines ( i picked em up at the parts store) two 36" and and four inverted flare adapters. The parts guys will assist you well, let them know what you are doing. Should go pretty good for you if you have any contortionist blood in ya! Naw, it's just a bit tricky to flare the tube while up in there.

Mar 21, 2009 | 1993 Toyota 4Runner

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