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Kia picanto rear brake lights will not turn off

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Check the brake light switch on the brake pedal. It may need adjusting to allow brake lights to go off. The plunger on the switch needs to open when pedal is depressed, and close when pedal is released and in its normal position.

Posted on Feb 26, 2012

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I encounter same problem in 2012, after check there is black round plastic part broken at brake light switch at brake pedal. the plastic part work to press switch from brake pedal. If the plastic part is gone, the switch is always in UNPRESS condition- red light come always.
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SOURCE: I have a kia picanto and my brakes feel like it is

sounds like you have a caliper sticking, if you dont have much experience with brakes ,i would take this to a repair shop. your emergency brake could be sticking as well. if it feels like it is pulling to one side when you are braking then it is probably one of the front calipers. which ever way it is pulling would be the caliper to check. if it isnt pulling ,then probably a rear caliper if it has disc brakes in the rear. if you have access to a laser temp probe you could just drive it for a bit and check each rotor for temp, the hotter one will be your problem child.

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SOURCE: I have a kia picanto automatic 2006 , the O/D

Take it to the dealership. It says that in the manual.

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SOURCE: 2007 kia optima. has no tail lights brake lights

bad earth to the light cluster unit ,could be the earth wire got broke with the luggage

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