Hey hows it goin im sure ur problem is at the the back its probably a bare wire or the connection is faulty where it geos in to the lamp just take out the lamps and check the wiring and the connections it should be easliy spotted if the car is wired up for trailer lights check that plug as well
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Change the stop light switch its on the brake pedal support bracker and it pushes in and turns if i remember rightly ,costs about 7 euros from the auto factor ,whats a 55 ?? renault please is it different to a 56 or a 54 ,i thought all these cars were the same ,must be a tonta jiddy ingles here i think
yes somewhere is a dodgy earth on the back light cluster ,either one side or both ,renew the earth and oil the bulbs with engine oil to prevent corrosion ,also make sure the correct bulbs are in the holders look on bottom of bulb and inside the holder ,be surprised how many bar room mecahnics their are and the more they drink the more they know ---
Seems to me that the brake lights switch has a problem there is a way to test this problem, you normally press the clutch pedal and hold down the start button to start the engine, now try pressing the break pedal down and hold the start button, if the car does not start up change the brake pedals switch.
Do the brake lights work? You may have a defective brake pedal switch. There is a switch which knows if the pedal is depressed. If it's not depressed it will lock the shifter in place. That switch is located above the brake pedal under the dashboard. If the brake lights DO work, then you may have a problem with the solenoid that locks the shifter. When you press the brake, you should be able to hear a small click come from the gear selector. You can try to replace the brake switch if the brake lights don't work. Should only cost a few $$.
Then the only thing left to check is the brake switch, which is usually located under the dash, linked up to the brake pedal itself. It's the true secret to the inner workings of the brake light. If that switch is defective, either the brake light won't come on at all, or they will stay on all the time. Either way, you either need to replace it, or maybe it just unhooked from the brake pedal and you need to fix it.
These are Dual Function Bulbs. They control the Parking Lights and the Brake Lights. This Bulb is Burnt out on the Brake Coil inside the Bulb. I have actually seen Bulbs that were Bad But you could not Tell by jast looking at them. It should be fine with a New Bulb. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!