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My brake lights still on even if I turn the engine off!!!

I have the same problem with my Honda Accord LX 1995. When I park my car and turn the engine off, the break lights still on. I don't understand but I think your help will be very very appreciated, and tell ne if it is safe or not to drive my car.

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It sounds like your brake light switch is stuck on. You can try to pull it out or just replace it as they aren't very expensive and pretty easy to replace. It is located on the brake pedal and sometimes they just go bad. Weird that you have two at the same time. Good luck and thanks for using FixYa!

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