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Brake lights brake switch are on all the time, i chance my fuse for my brakes, but nothing chance, so i am looking for the switck for the brakes, but i don't now were is't???

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There is a small grommett in the brake pedal the operates the switch above it. Sometimes this crystallises and falls out leaving a hole & allowing the switch to think the pedal is always depressed.

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Its a little switch behind the brake pedal and electrician will kno what to do

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