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My brake lights won't go off, even when I turn the car off so I remove the bolt on the battery so it won't eat up my battery. Please help

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Replace brake switch. Located on brake pedal, just above pedal on steel shaft. Crouch beneath dash and look up, you will see it. No tools required, just turn counter-clockwise to remove and unplug wire

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