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Brake lights stuck on

Brake lights tunred themselves on during the night and won't go off. I disconnected and reconnected the battery and they stay on. Need wiring diagram and advice as to where to look first. Every thing else works correctly on the car except the brakes lights stay on.

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Would ck brake light switch that's on or near the brake peddle,,& see if plunger is working

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Testimonial: "I found the switch housing lock clips had come loose for some reason. I reseated the switch into the mounting clips and the switch works fine now. Suggest other's with break lights stuck on to check to make sure the break switch is completly seated in it holder before replacing. Thanks for your help and I hope this will help others. "

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