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My brake ligths wont shut off.

My stop lights wont turn off i try the brake swicth by the brake padal and is stiil on

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  • alex10mar Jul 31, 2008

    i thank you for your help ill try your solution .

  • alex10mar Jul 31, 2008

    MY STOP LIGTH WONT TURNE OFF I TRY THE BRAKE SWICH UNDER THE BRAKE PEDAL STILL THE SAME PROBLEM.

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Your bushing for the brake lights are broken. 2 dollar problem

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You may have a shorted turn signal switch the only other reason is a shorted wire in the main harness, have you done anything to the car that might account for some damage to the rear harness, it runs along the under side of the door sill plate

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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