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Interior little car stays on

I have 92 camry le. once i get in ands touch my brake pedal little car inside the dash stays on.i check all bulb non are out. help

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The bulbs have to be correct also. The third brake light is easy to get the wrong bulb. Also the light module itself could be fauty. It is in the trunk. You could also ignore the light.

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