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The rear break lights stay on even when the jeep is off and its not the break light switch

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SOURCE: 88 suzuki samurai.I replace both rear new tail lights housing.everything works but when I let off break pedal break lights stay on.Thanks for your help. Glenn Scott curtis

Need to adjust brake switch operated by brake pedal in up position.

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