dude they look like they come on to me. check the light in the dash does it say they are out. mine was on but the bulbs were good so i changed the canister for the tail and they worked great.....Untill i got my new custom led tails :bigthumb:
Is it a wingless turbo? If it's NA there should be a third brake light that's at the top of the car on the inside. If that's not on, then the brake lights aren't working. Check to see if the brake light failure warning light is on in the dash. If you still can't tell, take the lights out of the hole in the trunk, and see if both filaments are illuminated on the brake lights (two middle ones). The most common problem is the relay, which should be really close to your driver side tail light.
Oh, I see it now in the second picture. Yes, your brake lights are definately not working. Check the relay and the wiring that's connected to the brake pedal to make sure that they are working. If you have a (completely forgot the name of the tool) that you jump wires with, see if you can get the lights to come on at different locations to narrow down where a short might be. If you don't have an EWD, get one. It's like $16 from the dealer, and it's worth every penny.
ok well i replaced the bulbs today and i looked at it not pushin the brakes down, and both of the lights behind the red area are on at all times, shouldnt one be off and when i hit the brakes then the other comes on?...or should both of the bulbs behind the red area be on at all times?
^^No dude, there are two filaments in each stop bulb. With parking lights on, one filament in each bulb is lit, and when you hit the brakes the second filament is illuminated. If there's no change in illumination when you hit the brakes, try changing the taillight failure sensor.
ya, ordered on off ebay already, should be coming in in like 2 days, went to autozone, guy told me it could also be my brake switch, which im going to try to replace, but i dont see it, i know its under the brake pedal, but how far up is that ga damn thing?