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Bad light bulb. Check the side that stays solid

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Brake lights stay on till you hit right blinker then they go out also if right blinker on and you hit brakes light stays on solid

Replace your brake switch on the pedal. If problem continues you have a bad ground somewhere

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Stop lights wont stay on when i step on brake pedal on 2001 expedition

I had this same problem (brake lights won't come on when pushing on brake) I found that the brake light sending unit had come out of adjustment.Look under the dash by the brake pedal.There is a plastic threaded unit that needs to be pushed back towards the brake pedal lever.Careful not to push it to far or the brake lights will stay on. Hope this helps

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Have found exposed and burnt wiring on left side of car. 1994 escort station wagon. radio is out and now left blinker and brake light. Is it worth trying to repair myself?

Hi, If you think the car is still worthy of redoing the wires, I would say go ahead.
But you might have to get a new wiring harness for it. I would have a pro install it.
Good luck.

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My 2003 Ford Taurus station wagon , automatic will not shift out of park.

In your case i think the problem must be one of the below:
  1. Bad Interlock Solenoid - Located on the top of the brake pedal.
  2. Bad brake pedal switch - Located on the shift linkage.
Either of them must have failed to cause this problem.

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I cannot find the fuse for my 1994 Ford Taurus GL station wagon to find out which fuse is for the brakes and inside dashboard.

The fuse panel is located under the left side of the dashboard by the e-brake pedal. You have to pull a lever and swing it down, then take the cover off. Brake lights are usually fuse #1 and dashboard lghts #13. The proper numbers should be in your owners manual.

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Brake lights stay on permanently on 97 ford escort.

the cause is the brake light switch on the backside on top of the brake pedal. it is either out off adjustment or it needs replaced. this switch activates the brake lights when pushing on brake pedal. if it gets out of adjustment or sticks the brake lights will stay on because it does not cut voltage to brake lights. have a good day !!

Apr 21, 2011 | 1997 Ford Escort

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I have a 2004 Ford Expedition 4.6L XLT. My brake lights do not work when I push on the pedal. My top brake light doesn't light up at all. The lights for the other two light up when I turn on my lights,...

I am having a simliar problem! Mine is when I put the blinker on and apply the brake my blinkers don't work & then when I put my right blinker on my left and right one blink @ the same time!

Jan 13, 2011 | 2004 Ford Expedition

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I have a 2001 Focus station wagon. the cruise control will not engage. And the high beams will not stay on (I can flick them, but they won't stay). Are these loose switches of some sort, that I could...

I would check the easy things first. That is the brake switch and the clutch switch (manual trans). Drive down the road and pull the brake pedal up with your foot and then try to set the cruise (same with the clutch pedal). Also the cruise requires that the brake light bulbs be in working order (and that there are no LED brake lights). Check fuse numbers 53 54 and 59.
The high beam problem might be related to the cruise issue, but I can't think of a reason why.

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