206 Brake Lights not /all/ working

Discussion in 'Peugeot 206' started by rburr49, Sep 16, 2006.

  1. rburr49

    rburr49 Guest

    My son has a '99 206 and the other day I noiced that the n/s brake
    light was not working. A few days later, before I could get out to buy
    a replacememnt bulb I noticed that neither of the main brake lights
    were working (high level one is OK). Got two new bulbs and went to fit
    them but there was definitely nothing wrong with the old ones (replaced
    anyway). They still didn't work. Checked forums etc and cleaned the
    contacts (which seemed ok anyway). Still no joy. Checked fuses 11 and
    12 and they are both fine. Still only have high-level brake light
    working so it's all a bit dodgy. Are there any other fuses associated
    with brake lights (although all fuses seem fine)?

    BTW what is the red rubberised button in the engine compartment behind
    the n/s shock absorber top?

    Any suggestions???

    Thanks, RB
    rburr49, Sep 16, 2006
  2. rburr49

    Fitzy Guest

    Hi RB,
    I would think the red button you described is the fuel pump inertia switch,
    it knocks out the fuel pump in the event of an accident,
    Fitzy, Sep 17, 2006
  3. rburr49

    rburr49 Guest

    Nobody got any ideas on the lights issue? I assume they are all on teh
    same switch? The fuses and bulbs check out but only the high-level
    brake light comes on and it's bound to get spotted by Mr Plod :(

    rburr49, Sep 18, 2006
  4. rburr49


    Oct 1, 2018
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