1998 Chrysler Sebring Q&A

1998 Chrysler Sebring Question: brake lights will not go off

Brake light will not turn off and draining battery -
Answer 1
It is most likely a failed brake light switch located at the brake pedal. Remove the wiring connector at the switch and see if the lights now go off, if so the switch is bad. -
Comment 1
it this a simple fix or do i need to take it to the dealership -
Comment 2
Thsi is a simple repair. If you have never done one before it might take a little bit more time then a pro, but you can do it. Go to your auto parts store (I know Auto Zone has break downs and how to's that they can print off for you, I don't work there but they are helpful.) Also check Auto Zone's web site and see if they carry the part or call it might be a dealers item. Also check the junk yard you might get lucking I picked up switches for $1 or $2 bring a meter to check if the switch is good. I hope this information is anough to get you started. Once you see the switch you can do it. Let me know how it go's. Good luck -
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