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The brake lights stay on. Where is the brake switch located and how do you know if it needs to be replaced?

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  • mmkvmo Nov 28, 2008

    the brake lights stay on even whe the ignition is off on my 2001 elantra.

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There is a small box located next to the door (driver's side). Open that box and you can pull out a plug which has BL written next to it. Probably the switch has got busted and you need to replace it-else your car battery will drain out.

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