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Rear lights stays on when all other light are off 2001 ford taursus

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  • johnnie2228 Apr 18, 2009

    rear light want go off

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When this Happens, have someone watch the rear lights, and YOU Go in and GRAB the BRAKE PEDAL and PULL UP ON IT,
DO they go off ? if so the Problem IS Brake Light Switch ADJUSTMENT---- The Switch Needs to be CLOSER to the PEDAL ARM ,So ADJUST IT that wah BY Carefuly PUSHING "DOWN" on the Switch untill you get the desired Adjustment.
If by Chance this DOES NOT do the trick Please Dont Count me out yet Write Back with detail.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

  • Ronnie Wilson Apr 18, 2009

    "If by Chance this DOES NOT do the trick Please dont Count me out yet Write Back with detail"


    HEADLIGHT SWITCH would be Next <<

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