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When I turn my lights on, the brake lights stay on even the third brake light. When I turn the lights off and hit the brake pedal the dash lights come on.

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    When driving the brake light don't seem to be too bright.

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Ck the bulbs, have any bulbs been replaced recently, could have the wrong bulb installed in the brake light socket.

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