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Why does 94 f150 rear brake light stays on all the time. replace brake switch on pedal and still comes on after about a minite.

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Need to know how to attach parts under dash on 1988 f150 from brooster tobrake pedal so brake lights dont stay on


I'd have to check the stop lamp switch. It should be activated by the brake pedal arm. W/o being able to look at your vehicle at your vehicle, I can't tell you how to get at it? The lite green wire in diagram should not be hot unless you press the brake pedal. If you lift up on brake pedal does the brake lamp go out? If it does go out, maybe you can adjust brake switch, possible problem with brake switch or connector?
The voltage for brakes is wired through multifunction switch, that is something else to check. At the rear, your brake lamps and turn signal use the same bulb filament, just not at the same time.
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Dec 05, 2016 | 1988 Ford F 150

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Need diagram for f150 1976 wire attachment to break pedal, replaced slave cylinder abad now lights are on constant.


Mcmom, Either your brake pedal is not coming up far enough to the brake switch, or the brake switch is faulty. You may still have air in brake system not allowing pedal to come up high enough to contact switch, pull brake pedal all the way up and have a second person see if brake lights go off.
Links below to show brake switch location and show how brake pedal arm should come all the way up to turn off brake lights.
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Mar 01, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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My 2006 f150 has new brakes and rotors,fluid full but my dash brake light stays on. Soon as you start it and the whole time you drive. Also the cruise quit too. Once the light went off then the cruise


This sounds like the brake light switch or the control switch on the brake pedal is bad or loose. Check under the dash above the brake pedal there should be one or two switches that tell the brake lights to come on and the cruise control to shut down.

Feb 13, 2015 | 2006 Ford F-150

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2006 Kia Amanti... the brake lights stay on


If the brake lights stay on even if the car is turned off (or even if it is on) the first thing I would be checking is the brake pedal switch under the dash. Brake lights are activated when the brake pedal is depressed and comes off the switch or the return spring is broken or stretched not allowing it to fully return when foot is taken off the brake pedal.

May 28, 2014 | 2004 Kia Amanti

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The rear brake lights stay on after the car is shut off and wont turn off


The most common "culprit" is the brake light switch. This part is located on the upper portion of the brake pedal. It will have some kind of "push button" action that is actuated by the brake pedal arm (usually when the arm is in the rest position). Test the pedal a few times to make sure that the switch button is pressed in when your foot is off the brake pedal. If the switch button is not making contact with the brake pedal arm, try to adjust it forward (some switches can be adjusted) until the brake pedal arm comes in contact with the brake light switch. If the light stays on, try this simple test: Try unplugging the switch connector, your brake lights should turn off. The switch may be shorted and will need to be replaced.

Prompt action is necessary for this problem as your battery will be drained if the brake lights are allowed to saty on.


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Brake lights will not turn off on my 94 Nissan Altima


Your problem should be that the rubber stops that are mounted at the top of your break pedal came out or are worn down too much to press the buttons all the way in.
What they do is push the button that switches off your break lights when the break pedal is released (yes, kind of backwards way to design it, i know). That's why your lights stay on even when your car is off. I had to go to the junkyard to find replacements for mine and they are a ***** to replace.
They are chipped away easily by the break switches when your car shakes badly over a prolonged period of time. Like driving a couple of weeks on a bad front tire.

Dec 05, 2009 | 1994 Nissan Altima

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The check engine light comes on and the 1990 f150 runs bad, if it starts at all. New 351w, new map senser. If i disconect the battery for about 10 minites. Then reconect it, it will run good untell i turn...


when you changed your map sensor you should have reset the program, take out the negative terminal of your battery then press brake pedal 10 times slowly. then put back the terminal.

Jun 21, 2009 | 1990 Ford F150

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Rear brake lights stay on all the time


CHECK BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH UNDER STEERING WHEEL TOWARD BASE OF BRAKE PEDAL.

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94 Plymouth Voyager ABS light stays on


Had a similar problem a number of years back. Underneath the brake pedal arm is a small switch with a plunger. when you press the pedal down it moves the plunger in and engages the brake lights. when you let off it's supposed to pop back out (turning the lights back off). Possible it is getting stuck in the down position and could need to be replaced. very easy to install and only about an 8 dollar fix.

Mar 09, 2009 | Plymouth Voyager Cars & Trucks

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