Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Your brake light switch may be stuck and in need of lubrcation, or it may be just broken all together.
look in the back of the brake pedal, your brake pedal will make contact with the switch when you apply the brakes..
try some wd40 on it, before you change it, press it in and out, should be spring loaded
hope this helps..let me know
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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