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Brake lights stay on

The brake lights came on after the car was parked.

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There is a brake light switch on back of the brake pedal arm that needs replaced

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check the brake fluid level, if its low, it may be time to check the brakes for wear. As your brakes are used up, the fluid goes down and turns the light on.

Posted on Nov 30, 2010

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