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Brake lights won't turn off

When I turn off my headlights, my brake lights will not turn off and I have to remove the fuse every time to turn them off and then put the fuse back in when driving again.

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Brake switch broken or relay, to same.
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has the drawings. they are clear.
why not unplug brake switch wires. see if that corrects stuck on issue.
if yes, the switch is bad.

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