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Pull up on brake pedal. If lights go out then brakelight switch was stuck. Made out of plastic will need to be replaced. If not climb under dash follow brake pedal up towards top where it goes toward dash. There will be a plunger like switch that comes in contact with brake pedal. Disconnect the wire connector. Lights go out switch is bad.
The real problem is that you need a Bake-Light switch its bad, This switch is mounted up under you brake pedal to the top, very simple to replace and you problem will be solve. Get back to me if you need more help. Leave me a fix ya if I fixed ya. Good Luck
you probably got no brake light in the back if no brake light that mean no power to brake switch that why you have to use the overide button check the fuses to make sure you put it at the right place or burn fuses also at the brake light switch broken wire hope this help fixya our post thanks pierre