Re: i have GEN-2 if i press the brake pedal all ligths on...
It can only be a problem caused by a shortage, the wire activated by the brake as you apply the brakes is shorting ( touching) the other wires in the wiring loom, hopefully not too far down , unless you are competent and confident with a cars electrical circuit I would seriously suggest you get an auto electrician. B4 that Have a look and follow the brake pedal wire ( situated maybe on the floor of the car and activated as the brake pedal is pressed or on the pedal itself, )look for anywhere tge wire is bare ( without insulation ) then rectify and all should be OK , If you cannot see an easy fix get an auto electrician, get a call out , not a auto shop /garage he will be cheaper.
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If you can,go to Autozone,they will test your battery and alternator for free,only takes a few minutes,on your brake light,check brake fluid in master cylinder could be low, setting the sensor off.If your brake fluid runs dry,you will have to bleed,you may have a brake leak and check your brake pad and shoes,may need replacing.
Unless both bulb filaments went out, there is a switch that the brake pedal sits on when released. It should be located under the dash above your foot. You shouldn't miss it. When the brakes are applied, the switch pops out activating the lights, it sounds like that switch may be faulty. Hope that works
brake in a car is verry important for your saffety and others. that why they install many devices or systems to control them and make shure they work propely 1; brake light switch on the pedal floor(to indicate to the folowing car that you are stoping) 2;brake sensor fluid level (on the brake master cylinder under the hood)
to monitor the level of the fluid in the reservoir 3; brake pressure sensor (on the brake dispencer under hood) will warn you in case of brake pressure faillure .note, it may be more sensors, depending on the make of the vehicle but this is the tree comon causes for brake ligth to stay "on"