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Old 07-13-2010, 05:18 PM   #1
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i have a 2000 EX and my brake lights stay on even though my car is turned off they stay on unless I disconnect my battery.
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i have a 2000 EX and my brake lights stay on even though my car is turned off they stay on unless I disconnect my battery.
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yeap thats what im thinking to
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maybe a possible ground problem
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i asked around and i was told something behind the brake that is engaged so it says the brake is still applied. would that be the brake switch?
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Yes it would be.

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Found it online somewhere. Myself and my friend had the same problem as well. idk if this will help but good luck
"There is a switch located under the dash, where the brake peddle-arm comes down. That switch is probably stuck. It’s, usually a spring-loaded switch, that the brake peddle-arm makes contact with. Follow the brake-peddle arm up underneath the dash and feel for the switch. Jiggle the switch and it’ll probably come loose and your lights will go off. If it’s an older car, it may be dirty. If that’s the case. go to an auto-parts store and buy some contact cleaner. If your flexible, you can get your head underneath the dash, so that you can see the switch."
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