Question about 1999 Ford Escort
Your Brake Light Switch is Faulty or Damaged, You'll locate your Brake Light switch under the Drivers side dash,Attached to your Brake Pedal arm.
Its not an expensive Part Probally not over $10.00,
It has a couple wires running to it and is normally mounted on a small bracket, and has a nuts or a Clip holding it on to the Brake pedal arm.
This should get your Brake Lights out when your not pushing the brake pedal, While your under Dash ALSO make sure the Brake pedal return spring is Attached to the Brake pedal arm and is Pulling the brake pedal UP when its released.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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