Question about 2002 Ford Escort
Most likely, the brake light switch is sticking on. Try lifting the brake pedal up while someone watches the lights. If they go out, that is the problem (even if they don't, the switch is still the most likely candidate).
This switch is usually located on the pedal arm where the pushrod to the master cylinder connects to it. If you don't want to try to tackle it, it is an inexpensive repair for a shop to do, it should only take about 30 minutes labor.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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