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I am getting power to the harness for the brake light but when I apply the brakes no lights

First go to your brake pedal and you will find a switch so when you put your foot down it releases the switch and the lights come on , after that get a multimetre take the light out get some one to put the ignition and put there foot on the brake why you test the light unit

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How to reset the service/spanner interval light on vauxhall holdon opel

1 foot on brake
2 finger on milage trip switch
3 turn key till dash lights come on
4 hold for about 3mins or intill light flashes and goes out
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6 foot of pedal
7 finger of button
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2010 Ford Transit Connect - Brake lights not working, replaced pedal switch.

If the fuse for the brake lights is good, I would suspect a broken wire or defective turn signal/multi function switch. The main brake light circuit usually runs through the signal switch assembly. The high mount brake light is on a seperate circuit

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Tail light wire

Adjust the brake pedal switch located on the upper side of the brake pedal under the dash. To adjust the stop light switch, disconnect the two wires attached to the rear of the switch, move the switch by loosening the lock nut towards the brake pedal. As soon as the center pin of the switch begins to touch the brake pedal notch, rotate the switch half turn more and lock it by tightening the lock nut. Connect the wires back and ask your companion to see the tail lamps while you depress and release the brake pedal. Or you can see the tail lamp behavior by parking the car on reverse at a distance of one foot from any wall.

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You may have a defective brake switch. The switch is located behind the brake foot pedal. When you apply pressure to the brake foot pedal, the switch should compress.

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Breaklights dont turn on to my 97 oldsmobile cutlass supreme

Hi, first check the 15 amp Stop Light Fuse. If that is good, pull the connector off the stop light switch above the brake pedal and connect the orange and light blue wires using a paper clip in the end of the connector. If you can get the lights to come on with this paper clip, replace the stoplight switch. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.


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Car in park, will not move. The icon with foot in circle on dash, what does this mean

Hi, it sounds like the brake switch is not working. You must have your foot on the brake to move the shifter out of park. If the switch above the pedal fails, the computer will think you do not have your foot on the brake. This is the same switch that turns on your brake lights. Are the brake lights working? If not, replace the brake light switch. Please let me know if you have more questions, and thanks for using FixYa.

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Have BA Ford Falcon with tail lights that are extra bright. All of them. No discerable difference when foot is placed on the foot brake. I suspect an extra ground to the lights but am puzzled by the...

sounds as though the brake light switch is stuck it's down behind the brake pedal arm try removing it and cleaning around the plunger where it goes into the switch also look at and see if the plunger has became bent from years of use you may need to just replace the switch.

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94 ford explorer brakes

HI, i recommend inspecting the brake peddle switch located near the brake pedal foot lever under the dash. this switch may be malfunctioning or the wires that connect to the switch housing may be lose as well.

If the switch checks out ok, i would then move to the entire wire inspection. Inspect the wires that run to the brake lights to see if they are lose or torn or corroded. if you notice any lose or corroded contact clips, re[place the entire wiring that connects the brake to the electrical current and switch.

Most of the time its bad wires but, dont forget to check the switch that is linked to the brake peddle. this is a known problem spot also. these switches can go bad over time...

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I have a 1999 mercury Villager . I was adjusting the brake light switch by the brake pedal and i notice another switch controlled by the foot pedal. What does this switch control? Thanks.

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the deactivator switch (deactivates cruise control when you tap brake pedal) and brake pedal position (BPP) switch electrical connectors.

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