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TEKONSHA BRAKES I have a Tekonsha Voyager electric brake controller fitted to my Nissan Patrol,it has been good for about 18 months but now my brakes lights are going on at any time & is also flattening my battery overnight,I believe that there is a problem with this controller,can you help.? Phil

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First off where are you from? If you have an Australian Based Version then there is a portion of the control unit that can short and illuminate the vehicle brake lights. If this is a US version then I would first disconnect the red wire on the brake control unit. If the lights stay on, I would suspect faulty brake switch. If they turn off, then something is shorted in the brake control unit. thanks paul

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If your brake lights are coming on when they want it could be the brake pedal switch it could also be a short in the controller

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