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1999 Toyota Corolla Seca - hatchback. the tail

1999 Toyota Corolla Seca - hatchback. The tail lights and parking lights stay on even when the ignition is turned off and the key is removed. I have already replaced the fuse.

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If you put your foot on the brake, the tail lights and parking lights will still come on. Possibly your brake is sticking. Check to see if it is and if it is put WD40 for a quick fix. See a tech for them to fix your brake alignment. Good Luck!

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