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No rear lights inc brake lights no nearside front side light

No nearside front indicator and the gearshift will not move out of park i have replaced front nearside light relay made no difference thats when i found had no rear lights and gearshift would not move out of park with engine running or switched off

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I HAD THIS PROBLEM WITH MY JAG ITS A FUSE OR A RELAY PHONE CHRIS AND ASK HIM HE WILL PUT YOU RIGHT 07718759675 / 01914874717

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Brake Lights


Check for a feed to the brake light switch with a meter or a test light ignition on ,then if a feed to the switch remove and test the switch ,If faulty replace if ok then post a reply and go from their .

May 15, 2013 | 1995 Mercury Sable

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Automatic trasmission lever is stuck in park position


When this happens, usually it is because of a failure in the gearshift selector switch solenoid.
The gearshift selector solenoid is the switch that unlock the lever from park position when driver turns on the ignition and release brake pedal.
When brake pedal is depressed with selector in park position, this energizes the solenoid, unlocking the shifter.
Teh solenoid is energised by same circuit connecting the brake lights.
When for some reason (a short for example) the brake light fuse that protects the circuit blows, this will result in a failure to energize the solenoid, and lever won't be released from park position.
You find the fuse in the fuse box, on Discovery this is fuse number 1. This is a 15 Amps blue fuse. Fuse is located in the fascia fuse panel.
In most cases you fix the problem by replacing the brake light fuse.

Another reason for a failure to energize the solenoid is a faulty brake light switch.
This means the solenoid itself is faulty and need to be replaced.

How to proceed:

Check brake lights. If brake lights are not working, check and replace fuse number one in the fuse box. This will solve the problem in most cases.

If fuse keeps blowing there must be a short in the brake lights wiring.
You will need to access the rear light access panels and unplug the wiring harnesses that connects to the tail light assemblies.
Replace the fuse and try again to start the car, with all tail lights harnesses disconnected. If it starts drive the vehicle to the nearest mechanic, the vehicle will not be safe without tail and brake lights.

When fuse is not blowing check the brake light switch. Remove the panel above the brake pedal. There you find several switches, the second from the bottom will be the brake light switch. Unplug the switch connector, put parking brake on, turn on ignition and short the two green wired pins.
You should hear a click, while shorting the contacts move the shifter out of park position

When brake light are working fine, and lever stays on park position, it is usually the solenoid or its connections that are faulty. Try connecting directly the solenoid to power. The solenoid is connected to red and black wires. Apply 12 Volts across the wires, following polarity. If this worked the solenoid will click, and you will be able to move the gear out of parkposition. When there is no click you need to replace the faulty solenoid that is located in the shifter assembly.

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Having two problems, wont start in park, have to put into neutral to start, also no brake lights, fuses are fine. Help please. 2001 ford windstar


Look at the top of your Brake pedal for a switch. It needs to send a signal for the brake lights and the release of the gearshift/starter solenoid lockout.

Drivers feet often move or break this switch and a good indication the problem is there is having no brake lights.

It is a bit odd that you can move the gearshift at all without the signal from the brake switch. The idea of having these extra parts is to prevent the van from starting without your foot on the brake or getting out of Park without your foot on the brake.

So you may have to fix more than just the brake switch. There may be a misalignment or broken part on the shifter lockout.

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How i can replace the gearshift?


SECTION 501-12: Instrument Panel and Console 2003 Expedition/Navigator Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Floor Console -Front, Navigator Removal and Installation
  1. Apply the parking brake.
  1. Position the front seat forward.
  1. Remove the two front floor console rear bolts.
  1. Position the front seats rearward.
  1. Disconnect the battery. For additional information, refer to Section 414-01 .
  1. Remove the pin-typ retainer and the window control switch panel.
    • Disconnect the electrical connectors.
  1. Move the shift lever to NEUTRAL and position the shift indicator bezel aside.
  1. Remove the screws and the center console finish panel.
    • Disconnect the electrical connectors.
  1. Disconnect the shift cable.
  1. Disconnect the front floor console electrical connectors.
    1. Loosen the electrical connector bolt.
    1. Disconnect the connector.
    1. Disconnect the electrical connector.
  1. Remove the front floor console side finish panel.
    • If equipped, disconnect the electrical connector.
  1. Remove the front floor console front bolts.
  1. Remove the floor console.

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Ignition appears to be stuck...please help..


Check your gearshift position. There are interlocks for the Ignition both with the Brake pedal, the steering wheel, and the gearshift. With your gearshift, if you have an Automatic, there is a trigger to press so the Shifter will move. If the trigger is stuck into the fixture the Key will not come out or the Ignition switch may not turn.

With the steering wheel, sometimes there is pressure from how the front tires where left when the car was parked. The steering assembly is pinched and must be moved to the side that is jammed so the Ignition Key will turn.

The Brake pedal, there are switches under the dash at the top of the brake pedal lever. These must align to let the gearshift move which in turn may free the Keyswitch. They get hit by feet frequently and may need to be replaced or repositioned.

Make sure you are using the right set of Keys and it is possible for the Ignition switch to break inside.

I hope this helps you.

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Replace the shift lock solenoid for the shifter and replace the brake lamp switch as well located near the brake pedal. It will have a plunger on it that the brake pedal arm hits on to when depressed

Apr 21, 2010 | 2001 Ford Escort ZX2

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Wont shift gears.


Look under the dash at the switch by your brake pedal. This switch must work for the gearshift to come out of Park. It is also the reason your brake lights do not work.

There is an electric lockout on the gearshift and the power comes from the brake light switch. This is how the van knows you have your foot on the brake.
The switch may be broke or simply loose and not making contact.

Mar 30, 2010 | 2005 Ford Freestar

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Does the 1995 villiger have a dip stick for the transmission fluid


yes right in front.

ATF Level
  1. Park the vehicle on a level surface.
  1. Apply the parking brake and position wheel blocks to prevent the vehicle from moving.
  1. While depressing the brake pedal (2455), shift the gearshift lever through each range, pausing in each range, until the ATF reaches the normal operating temperature of 66-77°C (151-171°F).
  1. Place the gearshift lever back in the PARK (P) position, remove the fluid level indicator (7A020), wipe it clean, and replace it, making sure it is securely seated in the oil filler tube (7A228).
  1. NOTE: Use the cool range (bottom) marks as a rough automatic transmission fluid (ATF) level reference only when the automatic transaxle is cool (30-50° C [86-122°F]). Use the hot range (top) marks when the automatic transaxle is at normal operating temperature (66-77°C [151-171° F]).

    Remove the fluid level indicator again and inspect the transmission fluid level.

go here for help

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/villagerquest/

Feb 25, 2010 | 1995 Mercury Villager

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Fuse problems on hyundia lantra 1999


are the rear lights combined? ie sidelamp and brake lamp in one bulb .if so, there is a possibility that the bulb is not sitting correctly in the holder , causing both the side & brake lamp fuses to blow . if they are seperate bulbs you probably have ashort in the sidelamp system somewhere but the brakes could be a switch problem [easy check, find switch ,disconnect wires short across using wire or paperclip switch on ignition and check lights ] if they work the switch is the problem , [check fuse first] if they don't

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95 sub emerg/parking brake light will not turn off


Only two things should normally activate the light:

Parking Brake engaged switch.

Low Fluid level in master cylinder.

I don't think you did any work to the Parking brake, but you should check it to be sure.

I believe that you would have double checked the fluid level, but please check it again.

Other things that could activate the light would be a worn or leaking master cylinder; improper brake fluid type; a damaged brake booster diphragm .

I have attached a link with excellent info on how a brake system works here.

Also, does the light always stay on, or only when you apply the brakes?

Brian

Jun 25, 2008 | 1995 Chevrolet Suburban

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