Question about 1994 Nissan Altima
i drive a manual GXE and the left brake lights won't go off -- it's been raining and i assume it's a wiring problem. already the battery's drained to the point where it won't start. is there a way to disconnect the brake lights so i can get it jumped and drive to a mechanic? thanks.
Here is your problem. One of the sockets inside the tail light assy. melted and shorted the circuit. Its like a plate that clicks into the tail light inside the trunk. Remove the plate, by unsnapping it out of the tail light and check the bulbs, by removing them out of the socket. You may find that one bulb melted at bottom and completed the circuit. Nothing more then melted connections. You can buy the whole plate at dealer.
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