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Elecrical recently the brake lights and plate lights in the back and 2 lights in the front of my car stay on, there permently ON! before this happened the center brake light stay on, so i didnt use it. but now there all on. any help will be welcomed. thanks: Jonathan

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Check the wires were you radio gose make sure that they are ran right

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Have you checked your brake pads to make sure there not worn down?

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