Break light comes on and off randomly

Asked by May 29, 2018 at 11:10 AM about the 2004 Ford Taurus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

After I got a tire replaced my brake light keeps
coming on and off randomly....why..like what does
changing a tire have to do with the brakes lol the
place that replaced the tire claims they didn't do
anything of course

6 Answers

31,180

Check to make sure the emergency brake is fully disengaged.

Yeah I've tried that like 5 times lol

5,350

check your brake fluid level

Did that too...full...its never done this before I got my tire changed that's the weird part about this whole thing

5,350

is the tire different size than the others?

Nope same size

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