Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
Eight years is a long time and little wonder that your Jeep needs your attention. Which brake light are you talking of? The external brake lights that warn others that you are slowing down or the internal one that tells you that your brakes are on. The parking brakes. For external lights there is a switch that gets presses/released when you press the brake pedal. If this switch malfunctions that can let the brake light remain on as long as the Jeep has its ignition on. So, please locate, check and replace this switch. For parking brakes too there is a switch that gets released when you release the parking brakes. The remedy is the same.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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