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My 96 corolla's brake lights will not go out without lifting the pedal.

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There is a switch at the top of the brake pedal under the dash. This switch has a spring in it to push the switch out and turn off your brake lights. You need to replace this switch. The spring in your switch is worn out. The new switch will fix your problem.

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