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95 Civic Brake LIghts

Pressing the brake pedal the front marker lights turn on and so do the dash lights as well as the rear brake lights. When the column light switch is turned on, the brake and marker lights as well as the dash all light up including the brake lights, the brake lights don't turn off as if i was constantly pressing the brake pedal

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Make sure all of your brake light bulb are double element bulb
there is a single element bulb u used insted of a double
google whatbulb.com

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