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My 2000hyudia Lantra brake light would not go off when the eng is off

Brake lights is not going off when the eng is off

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The brake switch which is behind the brake pedal has stuck in its on position. You will probably need a new switch. Have a look up at neat the top of the brake pedal, there will be a switch with 2 wires on it. If you pull one of the wires off, the brake lights should go out but you will have NO brake lights!! get a new switch before you pull out the old one.

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