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Nissan Altima 1995 Brake Light swith staying on

Dear Sir,
My Nissan Brake light switch is staying on. I tried to trouble shoot but cannot solve same. I am taking out the fuse for the circuit everytime I park to prevent battery from draining.
Can you help.

Email: gordon.dabreu@gmail.com

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I know this is outdated but for those with this problem which i had too, it is a rubber stopper that attaches to the brake pedel itself to keep the switch depressed on my car for there is 2 switches and there is 2 rubber stops attached to the brake pedal. this being gone will cause the brake lights to stay on all the time.

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    where can we buy rubber ?

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