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If you look underneath your bug on the driver's side where the master cylinder is you will see 2 electrical plugs plugged into the master cylinder. Each plug has 3 wires. Disconnect both from the master cylinder and see if the brake lights go out. If so, then replace both brake light switches on the master cylinder. You can disconnect one at a time and see if the lights go out that way. Which ever one that causes the lights to go out when disconnected is the bad switch. The light circuit will work with only one switch connected, so if neccessary you can get by on one switch.
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