Question about 2004 Mercury Mountaineer
Get on the floor on the driver side with a flashlight. Behind the brake pedal is a bracket and the brake swicth. If the rubber stopper is gone, worn down or broken, replace it or fill the gap with epoxy glue.
Once repaired/replaced check that when you press the brake, the lights come on and when you release it the lights go off. You ll need a helper for this.
Check the upper brake pedal bracket for play. If it moves too much, take it apart, clean it up and grease it to make sure it doesnt cause the brake swicth to stay pressed.
Hope this helps, please vote :)
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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