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F250SD Brakelights come on and off when truck is parked

I can park my truck lock it,the brake lights come on and off at random,not a steady blink but come on and stay on then go off

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Sounds like your brake lgt switch needs some attn. see if the clip that holds it to brake pedal arm is locked tight and elect connector is tight replace switch it's not expensive and is sort of easy to do

do the brake lights blink if you don't lock it ?
if not could be the alarm module

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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