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Hazard lights won't turn off on ford edge Hazard lights just turn on by them self.

Hazard lights come on all by them selves

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SOURCE: 2007 Edge rear brake lights,

could be a fuse or the brake light switch is bad.

Posted on Jan 30, 2011

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