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I replaced my brake switch because my tail lights were not turning on when I was braking but now they stay on all the time. I think when I removed the old switch I inverted some cables but I cant figure out how to make it work properly. Can you please help?

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Best way to do it is remove switch again ,and activate by hand
maybe the brake pedal holding them on how many wires on the switch

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