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Brake Lights My brake lights stay on after the vehicle is turned off. I can get them to do off after restarting, going backwards then forwards then back then forward. Today it took about seven time before the lights finally stayed off.

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  • Anonymous Jul 19, 2008

    Today my car would barely turn over and then I noticed that my brake lights won't go off. I'm looking for an answer.

  • rockflower99 Sep 09, 2008

    My brake lights stay on after the vehicle is turned off

  • 05orestis
    05orestis Nov 19, 2014

    Replace the brake light switch under the brake pedal

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My 2002 did the same thing today and I'm looking for a solution. It has drained my battery twice today. Please advise if you find anything out. susanrossman@yahoo.com

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    05orestis Nov 19, 2014

    change the brake light switch under the brake pedal

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Posted on Nov 19, 2014

My brake lights are doing the same sometimes i fix it by movung the tilt steering some watches the tail lights tell me when there off lock steering in that spot. it stay off until someone moves the tilt agian.sounds crazy but it works for me.

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