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Brake lights stays on its draining my battery

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  • itsallgrace Apr 25, 2009

    Brake lights stay on and won't turn off. i have disconnected the battery cable to save battery charge. brake lights were functioning fine just yesterday. i am stumped. what can i do to resolve...pssst...i am no mechanic for sure...thanks for any help, ideas, suggestions. i have to go to work tomorrow and this is my only car. thanks. RD

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Check switch isn't depressed at pedal. If power going in & coming out, when not depressed, replace switch.

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  • asteeny Nov 24, 2010

    Just had same issue of brake lights staying on after replacing brake boostert o solve a sucking noise from the brake pedal area.
    Asked the supplier and was told the brake light switch needed to be reset, but was not clear how.
    I pulled the switch out after a bit of time with no sucess, i just gave the plunger a hard pull with pliers. It came out, initially I thought I had broken it.
    Then I just reinserted the plunger part way, reinserted the switch, test drive, problem solved, all working as it should.
    cheers,
    Adam.

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