Kia Forte Brake Lights Not Working
Brake light on problem of the 2017 kia motor forte 6.
Kia forte brake lights not working. Rear break lights dont work when lights are off but the third brake light does. You have to look under the dash carefully. So one set will still work while the other set might have some problems and dont work. Just ran you hand along the brake paddle.
Brake light not working on kia 2005 optima. The most recently reported issues are listed below. Average repair cost is 50 at 23800 miles. Also check the connector to the brake switch.
What makes brake lights work sometimes on my kia forte could be a loose connection somewherebut usually its caused by a bad or misadjusted brake light switch. When lights are on the rear break lights are on but dont get brighter when the brake is used. The causes for dysfunctional rear lights are. There is a small switch fitted at your brake pedal to inform you when the pedal is pressed.
The kia forte brake light switch recall will begin january 30. The rear and headlights have separate connections. These is not too much room under there. Only the third brake light works lights on or off.
Seven problems related to brake light on have been reported for the 2012 kia motor forte. Press the brake switch by hand and see is brake light go on. Kia optima brake lights wont turn off fix also fixes tcs light and other issues duration. You can test the brake light switch with a multimeter to make sure the pins get connection0 ohm when you are pressing or releasing the switch.
Car complaints car problems and defect information. Retro tech electronics 28194 views. Check the space gap between the brake lever to the brake switch. Also sometimes thie switch has a plastic or rubber cap on the switch end that touches the brake pedal arm and that wears out with age or use.
Kia says it has received 183 warranty claims about forte brake pedal stoppers and switches but no reports of crashes or injuries. A bad brake switch is a really common problem when your brake lights are not working.