Question about Chevrolet Prizm
Up under the dash, is a switch by the brake pedal. Either the adjustment on the switch has moved, or the switch has gone bad. If it's the adjustment, you can test it by pressing it in, if the lights go off, just adjust where the switch hits the pedal. If it doesn't, replace the switch. Any local auto parts store should have the part.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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