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1994 nissan quest brake lights staying on when vehicle off; unplugged the brake light switch and they do go off...... how do you replace the switch?

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I had the same problem with my nissan quest 1996, the problem on mine is caused by a broken plastic cushion on brake pedal, there are two switch sensors under brake pedal, they can be easily seen if you poke your head underneath the front driver seat. I temporarily put a good size screw and nut as a cushion, will get a new one to replace this, nissan put a plastic one instead of metal one for less wear on break sensor switch (I think). Hope this will be help for you.


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