All of my brake lights have stopped working at the same time, I've checked all fuses and they are all good, what could be the problem??


Asked by Amy Nov 26, 2016 at 08:14 PM about the 1997 Mercury Grand Marquis 4 Dr LS Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I noticed this problem after i got my car back from my mechanic, when he was doing a job that required him to take a part a good part of the engine and disconnecting the battery as well.

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I would check the fuses. If he messed something up then take it back to him.


Yeah I have checked all the fuses, according to the manual that came with the car and they all seem to be good. I think i just might...thank you...


Stop. Go back to your mech it was working when you got there

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Maybe he damaged the wire that goes to the brake lights.

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Thank you...I literally just remembered that i didn't have this issue before i had work done. At least i never had people, literally, stop me in the street as im driving to let me know my brake lights were out. So I am assuming if they were out before i would have known it one way or another.

The switch under your brake pedal might be stuck or just broke. Could be just a coincidence that it came back from the shop that way or there way of job security.

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