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HELLO I HAD THIS SAME PROBLEM ON A 01 OLDS AERO I KNOW YOUR CAR IS A NISSAN BUT TRY THIS IT MIGHT WORK FOR YOU
TRY STARTING CAR IF NOTHING LEAVE KEY ON FOR 10 MIN AND THEN TRY TO START CAR AGIAN DO THIS 3 TIMES AND LEAVE KEY ON FOR 10 MINTUES AND DO NOT TRY TO START CAR JUST WAIT AND FOURTH TIME TRY TO START IF NOTHING TURN KEY OFF AND WAIT 10 MIN AND THEN TRY TO START YOUR CAR WHAT THIS DOES IS RESET YOUR SECURITY SYSTEM IN YOUR CAR
I know this is outdated but for those with this problem which i had too, it is a rubber stopper that attaches to the brake pedel itself to keep the switch depressed on my car for there is 2 switches and there is 2 rubber stops attached to the brake pedal. this being gone will cause the brake lights to stay on all the time.