Question about Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
Hi, all vehicle brake lights use a switch to determine if the lights are on or off. This switch, known as a stoplight switch, consists of a plunger-style button that breaks and completes a circuit. When the brake pedal is pressed, the plunger comes outward, completes the circuit and the lights turn on. There are several faults that can make your brake lights stay on. The circuit may go bad and remain completed, or the rubber stopper on the brake pedal stalk could fall off or come apart. If nothing is keeping the plunger pressed in, the circuit remains open.
You have to check the circuit and the rubber stopper on the brake pedal stalk to ascertain the cause of the problem....
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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