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tail is park, so turn off the parking lights ,.there are 20+ lamps
inside and out for park/tail/dim dash lamps.
do you mean stop lights stuck on, id bet so. (parks out)
so replace or adjust the brake lamp switch.
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are all your instrument panel lights dim? i know this sounds silly but i had a person the other day who had the dimmer switch turned down. if it's not that there is a fuse for the instrument panel, looks like it should be a 7.5 amp fuse in the passenger compartment fuse box. it's very unlikely that all of those lamps would fail at the same time. hope that helps.
There is no "reset" for the rear lamp failure system. The light goes out automatically wehen all of the rear lamps (brake and tail) are working. Did you check the brake light in the lower part of the back window? Also note that the lamp sensor is very sensitive; it needs to see all the bulbs to be the same wattage. The wattages can vary from nfgr to mfgr. Let me know waht you find on the 3rd brake lamp in the back window.
This is normal if I'm reading this right. The door locks are supposed to pop up when you turn off the key when in "child proof" mode. The reading lamp is wired to prevent low battery conditions by only operating when the engine is running. Did you just get the car?