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Brakelights My Fiance is having problems with her brakelights coming on on her 2004 dodge neon when no one is in the car? She told me that they were on again this morning whan she got up?

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  • O Mclean May 11, 2010

    whick brake lights the ouside tail lights or brake light inthe dash board



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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.

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