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My brake lights on my 200 series toyota landcruiser won't switch off when i turn the car off. Does anyone have any ideas on why this may be happening?

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SOURCE: 1993 toyota landcruiser brake problem

sounds like vacuum brake booster diaphram has failed. its behind master cylinder and probably needs replacing.

Posted on May 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 80 series 1991 toyota landcruiser have no interior

I am chasing the exact same problem. I have put it down to no power feed past dome fuse no8 the light gauge wire, blue/yellow trace is under stress behind the heater box and can break internally. I think mine is broken between fuse 8 and inside the car, as there is no continuity between the two points on my vehicle, and there is on my brothers car, same car

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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Replace it. Most switches are mounted to plastic snap clips than can be removed with a simple Flathead screwdriver.A $5 plastic pry tool set is the best, but a butter knife or two works wonders sometimes.

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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SOURCE: '92 Toyota Landcruiser 80 series- brake light came

You say the brakes work fine, so lets start with the e-brake switch,make sure swith is working and ebrake is all the way off, the next thing is the sensor in the mastercylinder, is the brake fluid low or is the sensor working,with this sensor and the ebrake sensor try unplugging and see if light goes out, start with these things first,also there are no brake fluid leaks on the ground,this would cause the poprotioning valve to turn the light on also,but lets start with the other things first. hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 06, 2010

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This doesn't help much, but the handbrake on the 80 is shocking to start with!

If a cable has stretched, you can get a replacement set in the UK for about £50 from an aftermarket supplier.

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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