Question about Chevrolet Tracker
Brake light switch either out of adjustment or defective Should be located at upper end of brake pedal under dash.
On the arm of the brake pedal you'll see a button type switch. It needs to be against the arm with the button pushed in. When the brake is applied the button comes out and the lights come on. Most of the time you can just slide it back down in place with your fingers. Most commonly what happens is that people will get there foot under the pedal and accidentally knock the peddle up pushing the switch out of adjustment.
Stuck headlight relay causes the headlight to stay on. For the headlights to remain on even after switching the headlight switch off would point at either the headlight relay sticking, or more likely a problem with the integration relay that controls the headlight relay and performs the shutoff when the driver's door opens. Ask a repair person to investigate the issue, related to this probable reason.
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Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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