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1995 nissan sentra gxe

Brake lights are staying on. It has to do with a part under the dashboard where the pedal goes up to , its round. I dont know what its called and there are two of them. they are plastic and mine broke which is causing my lights to stay on killing my battery not to mention its dangerous for people behind me.

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  • jim morgan Jul 03, 2008

    where is the location of the break light switch

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Spray those switches (where the pedal go up to) with electric cleaner.

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