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Turn signals and breaklights work fine, but the rear running lights stay on when car is off

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Your car needs a brake light switch. Very common problem.

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ARE YOU SURE THAT IT IS NOT YOUR BRAKE LIGHTS THAT ARE STAYING ON?

Posted on Feb 06, 2015

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