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Rear Brake Light Wiring on a Ford Freestyle

I am trying to wire a license plate holder, that has a brake light as part of the frame, however need to determine brake light wiring to do so.

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    brake lights stay on when vehicle is running

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Just find the hot lead to one of your brake light and use some scotch locks and a piece of wire to connect the two together. Problem solved and will take less than 15 minutes to do.

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