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My rear red lights are staying on all the time, what should I check to fix this?

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  • rolypolysand Sep 07, 2010

    Worked like a charm! Thanks for your help

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Most likely your brake light switch is stuck. It is near the top of the brake pedal. get a can of a penetrating lubricant called WD-40 and spray it into the switch, let it rest for an hour and then see if it is freed up. If not, repeat the treatment. J.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

  • rgnestle Sep 19, 2010

    This may also be a loose nut on the switch. I came to this forum to find a solution to this problem and went to follow the instructions only to find the switch almost falling off. Odd.
    Thanks for the help!!!

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