Break lights

Asked by Feb 15, 2018 at 06:38 PM about the 2000 Chrysler 300M

Question type: General

The break lights on the back of my car are not
shutting off

3 Answers

40,695

Check the brake pedal position switch. It's a little switch on the brake pedal itself, google it for your year/make/model to see where it is.

I found it, but what would I do,

40,695

Is the switch working? Can you press the plunger in/out? If the switch is not at fault, then you'll have to troubleshoot the electrical circuit, may be a short to ground causing lights to stay on.

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