Question about 1988 Dodge Dakota
Check brake pedal height, and see if pulling up on the pedal gets rid of the brake lights staying on.
Maybe the lines have to be bled to get rid of air in the brake lines.
Or, the rear brakes should be adjusted tighter.
If this is not the problem, maybe adjusting the brake light switch will help.
ADJUSTMENT Dakota Models
Do not use excessive force when setting the brake pedal switch or damage to the switch could result.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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