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if you have changed out the brake light switch try looking up where the pedal is attached to the car i had a honda and there was a little clip that when the brake isnt pushed it would shut the brake lights off and so when i figured it out i just fixed it by sticking a fender clip in its replacement and it worked.
no need to open any thing jst lay down under your brake pedal by pushing your seat back.. u will see the cylinderical push button, just remove its grip first n then unscrew it carefully and replace it with same specifications....
These are probably two different issues. If neither high beam comes on you have a bad dimmer switch. If it's only one headlight then the light needs replaced.
Look behind the metal arm that your brake pedal is attached to. Somewhere along it there will be a switch with a little button that touches the arm. This switch probably needs to be readjusted. It's what engages the brake lights.
make sure the button is working, it may need to be replaced. with your foot off the brake peddle, it is on upper part of brake peddle arm. when you let off brake peddle it pushes button in to shut lights off. it may just be stuck in, spray a little lubracant on it if it's stuck and push in manually several times to loosen.
the seals should have been put onto the glass before replacing the glass onto the car, you may have to remove the glass again to put them on.... there is no way to just put the seals on after placing the glass in.
I know this is outdated but for those with this problem which i had too, it is a rubber stopper that attaches to the brake pedel itself to keep the switch depressed on my car for there is 2 switches and there is 2 rubber stops attached to the brake pedal. this being gone will cause the brake lights to stay on all the time.
sounds like you got a faulty switch... even though it's new, take it back and try again. Sounds like the switch is stuck in the closed position. Disconnect the switch and make sure that makes the lights go out.