Brake Lights on 1995 Chrysler Sebring

I own a 1995 Sebring that the brakes lights will not go out. They won't even go out after the car is turn off. Are there any solutions for this?

by in Birmingham, AL on March 12, 2009
3 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by on March 13, 2009
ck brake light switch above brake pedal should have 12 volts on one wire . when you push down on brake pedal should have 12volts on the other wire also . let me know if this doesnt work jm
COMMENT by on March 13, 2009
acts as if switch needs to be adjusted so plunger is depressed w/foot off of pedal
ANSWER by on March 13, 2009
Napa has the part # ECH339 w/o cruise control $11 to $19 with cruise control # ECH 334 $47 to $59 If the parts stores sell them, it a common part that fails.
ANSWER by on July 03, 2012
put your foot under the brake pad and push up.
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