Question about 2000 Mercury Sable
I changed the the stop light switch and checked the fuses and still no brake lights. about a week ago an exposed wire touched the metal and blew the fuse i changed the fuse,but nothing with the brake lights work
Does your car have the `lamp out'indicator system? It's more complicated.
My manual shows fuse #28 , a 15 amp fuse powers the brake bulbs.Is this the one you changed?
A bulb can be out for a long time and you don't notice it,then the other burns out and you think they both went out at the same time,but they might not have,see?
So check the bulbs and make sure you got that brake switch installed correctly. don-ohio (:^)
Posted on Jan 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: brake lights
what you need to do is where your brake pedal is follow the flat piece up into the dash about 4 or five inches now depress the pedal look where the gap is when you pushed the peddle down to when it was up you will see a brake switch mounted sideways how it works when you press down the flat skinny part of the upper pedal goes down releasing the button out when you let it back up it closes the button back up to kill the power
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
SOURCE: 1999 brake light do not work
the problem is the lamp failure indicator module locaten on the left kick pannel right against the fuse box i had the same problem with mine
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
This requires a very simple fix. All you have to do is spray some WD-40 on each of the plastic door latches (if you don't know which door is causing the problem) which are located at the end of each door which will be at the end of the door farthest away from the door hinges. This is where the dome on/off switches are located. The dome switches are incorporated into the door latch assembly.
Posted on May 03, 2009
THE PROBLEM IS THE DASH LIGHT DIMMER CONTROL IS EITHER TURNED OFF OR THE DIMMER IS DEFECTIVE, HAVE SEEN BOTH. THE DIMMER IS NEXT TO THE HEADLIGHT SWITCH
Posted on May 19, 2010
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