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2001toyota corolla parking light will not turn off

My parking lights will not turn off today is the first time this has happened and i also noticed my bright light indicator flicking while i was driving the car

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I had a similar problem, come to find out there is a little plastic piece that is attached under your brake pedal, if this piece is broke it will cause this to happen. It is cheap to replace and most service stations I believe, can fix it for you..
Hope this helps.....

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