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Brake lights permanently lit on 1994 Ford Fiesta Classic

When engine switched on Brake lights permanently lit even though brake pedal not depressed.

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  • dbrearley663 Feb 12, 2009

    i have a ford fiesta and the brake lights keep coming on and off without pressing the brake it has just been m.o.t and was fine then what can make this happen?

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    epc light is still lit after fitting new brake light switch

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Probably the brake light switch located near the brake petal.

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