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Brake lights stay on all the time

My 1995 Dodge Avenger just developed a new problem where the brake pedal must be elevated with pressure to prevent the brake lights from staying on all the time. What has caused this and how does it get fixed?

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You might have a bad brake light switch try replacing the switch

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