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Brake lights wont shut but if i pull the pedal up it shuts

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Located on the brake pedal arm, sometimes under the dash, there is a brake light switch. This switch is moveable, and sounds like it's out of adjustment. (Generally you hold the pedal up. and push the switch, it will click as you move it, or some just use a jamb nut)

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Then that means that ur pedal is sticking for some reason. my guess would be that ur low on brake fluid or maybe u have air in ur brake lines. but thats just a guess, sense i cant look at the car

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The switch located on the brake pedal under dash is not adjusted properly or probably stripped it is plastic and has a button that has to come into contact with the pedal when released to turn off brake lights

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