Whenever you slow or stop your car, your brake light turns on, so eventually the bulb will burn out. When that happens, you can either choose to replace the bulbs yourself in your garage or leave it to the professionals at Sonia’s CDJR. Find out the steps if you’re DIYing in Orange, MA! We have genuine MOPAR brakes available for you when you need them.
Is the light bulb broken or burnt out for one or both of your brake lights? If you want to know how to replace a brake light at home, you can follow these easy steps:
The purpose of tail lights is to signal to other drivers, whether you're making a turn, preparing to stop, stopped, or reversing. When your car's tail lights aren't functioning properly, drivers have no way of knowing what you're doing next. This is why having a tail light out can lead to you getting a fix-it ticket. Safety is the most important reason for checking your tail lights and making sure to replace an old brake-light bulb.
When your brake light comes on, and you're not braking, the cause is likely one of four things: you're low on brake fluid, the emergency brake is engaged, the ABS unit is malfunctioning, or there’s an issue with the sensors.
The service team at Sonia’s CDJR can take care of all of your brake light needs, whether your brake lights are burnt out or coming on when they shouldn't.
If you’d rather let the professionals handle this one, schedule an appointment now! We have an express lane as well, so your vehicle will be good to go before you know it. Be sure to check out our current specials to see if you can save on your visit to our dealership in Orange, MA!