Question about 2004 Dodge Neon
It sounds like you have a faulty brake light switch, wich happened last year to a friend of mine on her plymouth. The switch is located above the brake petal on the petal assembly that bolts to your dash. It is a retivly inexpensive part, and somewhat easy to replace, requiring minamal tools. (screw driver and a pair of needle nose)
Hope this helps!
By the way, It may cause the check engine light to go on after a while of it doing this, reading faulty circut brake light switch, as it did when my friend had the same problem.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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