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Voyager tail lights stay on

I have a 1995 Plymouth voyager van, speraticly, after we're finished using it, we get out of the van and the tail lights are still stay on. Nothing turns them off short of disconnecting the battery. After the last time we disconnected the batter to shut the lights off they worked fine for weeks. Then last night after using the van the lights stayed on again. I disconnected the battery again and they are now working fine this morning. What could be causing this?

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  • marktec2 Nov 14, 2008

    Same 1995 Plymouth voyager, same problem, except I've always, until tonight, been able to get the tail lights to turn off my driving forwards and backwards a few feet. Does that narrow it down between those 2 switches? I'd suspect the brake light switch from that.

  • pborer Nov 14, 2008

    Is the switch mechanical or electronic? If mechanical, disconnecting the battery should have no effect on it. If electronic I don't know. So, how's the switch designed?
    Thanks


  • fillburt Feb 10, 2009

    except the headlights will not work, the high-beams do however. when you hit the brake, the rear lights work sparaticly also..

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I had the same problem on my 96 Grand voyager and I had the brake pedal adjusted a few notches now I don't have that problemin over 6 months

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