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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Brake lights will not turn off

While my 2002 Ford explorer xlt is running or not the brake lights remain on in the rear, all three. I have disconnected the battery, then connected back , lights remain on, What could be the problem.
Already Tried: disconnect battery, search for fuses, on /off alarm system,
Answer :
Your brake switch is stuck or damaged. It is located under the dash and is mounted on the brake pedal arm. More than likely , having the brake light switch replaced will fix the issue. The part can be bought at most any parts store or on line here:


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