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My rear brake lights were staying on. i replaced the brake light switch and the lights still are staying on.

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Did you check if theres is a rubber between the brake light switch and the pedal. This rubber push the switch all the way down to close the circuit.

Posted on Jul 14, 2010

  • bruce_kelly4 Aug 30, 2010

    The rubber push end on the pedal lever has fallen apart. Can we get a replacement?

  • Connie Van Der Vliet May 13, 2014

    Thank you just went and checked and there are pieces of black rubber on my mat.

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Improper adjustment of the brake light switch.or defective relay

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SOURCE: 91 honda accord brake lights stay on replaced

are you sure you the adjustment to it is correct the button in the end of the switch has to be fully depressed to deactivate the circuit

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SOURCE: 94 altima brake lights won't go off draining the

I encountered the same problem. I noticed on the driver side floor that there were a couple of small broken pieces of black plastic. The pieces of plastic crumbled off and are spacers that sit o the brake pedal lever. The make contact with the brake light switch as well as one that makes contact with a switch that activates the release on the automatic transmission. I fabricated to small rubber grommets to the same thickness and glued them to the same location and the problem was solved. I accessed this by removing the lower fascia/plastic body component to gain better access to the area. In all the fix took about ten minutes. Good luck.

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SOURCE: 2003 ford focus replaced brake switch lights will ...

I have the same problem with my 03 Focus hatchback! Someone stoppedme yesterday to tell me that they looked like they were always on when i was driving but when i was in "Park" they worked... This particular driver was also driving a focus hatchback and asked me if my Cruise Control was working.. It actually was not and he told me the same thing happened with his focus. He said it was a wire attached to the back brake lights that had broken. I have not yet gotten it fixed. has anyone else had this problem?

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