Question about 1995 Ford Crown Victoria
MY TAIL LIGHTS ARE OUT BUT MY BRAKE LIGHTS STILL WORK,HELP ME OUT
You may want to check the fuse for one, and also, I have see the bulb filaments go out before at the same time, slim chance, but you may want to replace the bulbs. If that doesn't do it. Above the brake pedal and toward the driver, underneath the dash, there is a switch that is pressed when the pedal is normal, and released when you push it in. This switch tends to go bad, and will either leave the brake lights on, or won't let them come on. You can test it by pushing it with your finger, while someone is behind the car. If nothing, buy the switch, shouldn't be more than $10 or $15
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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