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Brake lights After replacing all 4 brakes, all my brake lights came on and stayed on

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  • James Tepfenhart
    James Tepfenhart May 11, 2010

    when you replaced all the brakes, did you drain all the brake fluid and replace all the fluid, and blead everything out. This is where I would start.

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Cheack your brake fluid resivoir, or if its manual also check your clutch fluid resivoir. if they are O.K it may be a faulty park brake switch or brake sensor switch.

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