The head lights work, the brakes work, but for some reason the tail lights won't come on...it comes on sometimes, when i push the switches really hard then it comes on...(sometimes if i'm lucky). what do i do? all the bulbs are new, and the fuses are good. what gives?
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The dash and tail lights are on two different circuits, and the brake and turn signals are on different circuits, so at least 4 circuits total.
I would start at the headlight switch and check for power on the first two issues.
there is a seprate ground that mounts to the frame of your car near the light usualy in trunk in between the rear speakers locate and make shure the conection is good.if that dos not solve it on the pasengers side rear light check bulbs for detereated ends if thay are then replace.this shuold solve you problem
Your brake light switch, which is located on the brake pedal, has malfunctioned. If you replace that your pedals will go back to working. When they go bad one or more brake lights will not work when the brake pedal is pressed but will work all other times. The reason is because the light doesn't "know" that the pedal is being pressed because it isn't getting the signal from the switch. Let me know if you have any further questions. Thanks for using FixYa!
For the Brake light to stay on and the fluid is up...sounds like your sensor is playing dead......
For the battery to die after only (4) hours..you have a very big drain on the battery itself.....without the vehicle right here to look at would be very hard to even guess...electrical problems are a hands on chore...