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Is it safe to drive your car with the brake light on?
Driving with the Brake Warning Light on should not be done as this is dangerous. It means your brakes are not working properly and need to be repaired as soon as possible.
What does it mean when your brake lights wont shut off?
If your brake lights are staying on, it will drain your battery. You need to disconnect your battery while the car is off or until you resolve this issue. The most likely cause for the brake lights staying on is the brake light switch sticking closed. If they do, you will need a replacement brake light switch.
Where is the parking brake sensor?
Locate your parking brake switch. If you have a foot style parking brake, the switch is under the dash mounted to or behind the lever. If you have a hand style parking brake, the switch is mounted under the center console assembly on or below the lever.
Why won’t my brake lights turn on?
If one or more of your brake lights isn’t working properly, it could mean one of three things: The brake light system fuse is blown, the brake light bulbs are burned out or the brake light wiring switch is broken. All of these issues are easy to troubleshoot.
What causes brake lights to stay on?
Slightly engage the parking brake
Why are brake lights staying on?
If your brake lights are staying on, it will drain your battery. You need to disconnect your battery while the car is off or until you resolve this issue. The most likely cause for the brake lights staying on is the brake light switch sticking closed.
Why does your brake light stay on?
The braking performance of your car is affected by uneven fluid pressure on the braking mechanisms. If the pressure levels are not stable, the brake lights will stay on as an indicator of the existing problem. The danger of having uneven fluid pressure is swerving from one side to the other when braking.
Why does the brake warning light stay on?
Here are some things to look for when you see that your Brake Warning light has been turned on: One of the main reasons the Brake Warning Light comes on is a brake needs to be replaced. Low brake fluid or worn brake pads are other reasons your Brake Warning Light may come on. Leaking brakes are another reason the Brake Warning Light may come on.