Having problems with your 1996 Nissan Altima ?

My brake lights are not working. Bulbs look good, and it doesn't seem right that they would both fail. Fuse is good, and I checked voltage at the fuse box and get about 9.3 volts DC when I press down on the pedal. My hand brake sensor light is on in the instrument cluster so I'm wondering if that sensor or switch is bad, could that make my brake lights not work?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 17-01-2022

Answers :

When the brake light is illuminated on the dash, it may not be because the hand brake is engaged. It can also mean that your breaking system is in distress. it is possible that you have a short somewhere between the fuse panel & light assembly or it is possible that the sensor for your rear brakes has malfunctioned. I apologize that I am not as knowledgeable on Nissan products, however I had a similar situation with a Dodge Durango, only to discover that the rear brakes were not functioning. I hope this helps =)
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