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1991 honda accord brake light indicator stays on dash

Replaced all 4 bulbs and rear upper bulb, checked license plate bulbs all good, brake pedal plunger moves in and out. Where is the sensor located
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Brake light switch? Its mounted near the top of the brake pedal lever. The lever contacts and holds the switch closed which keeps the lights from turning on when at rest. When you step on the brake, the contact is broken, the switch extends and completes the circuit allowing the brake lights to illuminate.

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