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Break or Stop lights will not turn off. - 2007 Toyota Yaris

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Hello, check and see if your brake light switch is working, get somebody to pull up on brake pedal, and see if they go out, if not, you may have to replace the brake light switch, make sure bulbs are in wright, also make sure they are the correct bulb, they are all different

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