On my 98 villager break lights won't go off somethimes, so I try to replace Breake light switch , now the breake light does not work at all. I did check fuse it is good. bulbs and good too . the switch I was replaced is also good. ( i do have another villager I did check on that)
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Purchase a Haynes manual at Autozone or most auto supply stores that covers your make and model year. There are several wiring diagrams in the back of the book. It costs $24.95. Im sure you'll find the diagram you are looking for.
Check 20A fuse 51 in the fuse junction panel. This feeds power to the brake pedal position switch which, when closed, turns on the high mounted stoplamp and the rear park/stop lamps. The brake pedal position switch could be defective.
Check the brake switch located above the brake pedal. There should be power on one wire all the time and power on another with the brake pedal depressed. If there is no power with the pedal depressed than the switch is bad.
Also check for broken wires at the switch.
Make sure the bulbs are good. I have run into all the bulbs burned out more than once.
the switch or due to weather the wires might be damaged, but it's a short...you might want to check into getting it to stop stayin on as the brake light lights up with others in a sequence for diagnostic codes and troubleshooting engine problems.....good luck..shia
Brake light circuit goes through turn signal switch. Do turn signals work ok? Does high mount stop lamp do this too? If you disconnect brake switch, do the lights go off? Do you have trailer tow? Maybe that wire is an issue. I would check brake switch first again. Maybe out of position.
I think you need to adjust the switch.
Install the BPP switch.
Adjust the BPP switch. Refer to the procedure in this section.
Tighten the BPP switch locknut to 12-15 Nm (9-11 lb-ft).
If you have checked all your fuses and the brake light bulbs are good then the brake light switch might be bad, it should be located on a bracket at the top of the brake pedal. when you press on the brake pedal it pushes this switch in to activate the brake light's.
Be sure to ALWAYS have more than 1/4 of gasoline in your tank, this may be caused when having it below that. Also having less than 1/4 could damage your fuel pump wich is an expensive part, so it's good on taking care of it.