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Why mybreak lights wont turn off when car stops 1994 honda accord

Why when i turn car off my break lights stay on

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Your brake light switch is most likely bad. Under the dash there is a switch that when you push the brake pedal, a pin extends to complete the circuit. There should be a bracket with a rubber tab on it attached to the pedal lever itself. If the rubber tab is missing, it will also allow your brake lights to stay on.

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