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post #1 of 6 Old October 5th, 2008, 10:51 AM Thread Starter
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1995 Mustang GT Brake Light Problem

I was just driving the other day and the emergency break light on the dash came on but my e-break was down, and its stayed on. but my friend was ridin behind me and he said i didnt have any break lights comin on but i have running lights still. idk where to start? any help would be appreciated
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first of all, check your brake fluid. Usually when it's low the brake light will come on. As far as your brake lights not working, I'd say that might be a fuse or your brake light stop switch. If your brake lights aren't coming on when you hit the brakes your signal lights shouldn't be working either if it's a fuse. Check 'em out and report back.

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first of all, check your brake fluid. Usually when it's low the brake light will come on. As far as your brake lights not working, I'd say that might be a fuse or your brake light stop switch. If your brake lights aren't coming on when you hit the brakes your signal lights shouldn't be working either if it's a fuse. Check 'em out and report back.
well i checked all that and i even filled up the brake fluid (it was a little low) but i stil have the light and no brake lights. i have runnin lights and turn signals though
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did you check your fuses? check the ones inside of the car and the box under the hood...a popped fuse is one of the easiest fixes there is, so hopefully thats it! if you don't have any break lights all of a sudden, i would think that would be the best place to start looking.
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Brake light switch under the dash

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thanks guys, it turned out to be there was a wire loose on the brake light switch, it was a simple fix.
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