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Taillights tail lights stay on until fuse is taken out must have a short but o where too look

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  • jimmy1199 Aug 05, 2008

    it is the taillights.

  • Curt Downs May 11, 2010

    jimmy1199, is it the brake lights that are staying on, or the parking lights?countrycurt0

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If it's the brake lights, some brake light switches have an adjustment. Have someone pull UP on the brake pedal, see if the lights go out. If this works you should adjust the brake light switch. The brake light switch is located on the brake pedal. There's a plug in on it, unplug it and the brake lights will go out, Replace the switch.

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  • Curt Downs Aug 06, 2008

    I'll agree w/ greasynail 1, seems to me he got it right, it's probably the switch. When you turn the switch off, there's gotta still be power getting thru for the lights to remain on. Replace the switch.countrycurt0

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Begin with the light switch..Good Luck!!!!

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