Lincoln Aviator Problems

Brake lights are stuck on on Lincoln Aviator

Problem Description and Possible Solution

We have had several reports of the brake lights staying on at all times, even when the engine is turned off. We have not found the cause of this issue yet, but these problems normally result from a sticking brake light switch. If your brake lights are stuck on, try to see if anything is interfering with the brake light switch, or if it has become dislodged. 

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Lincoln Aviator Vehicles With This Problem

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Average mileage: 110,500 (65,000–150,000)
1 model year affected: 2004
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Brake light sticking on and running down battery. Also has disengaged cruise control when set.
Mine just started yesterday, but I was able to move the car slightly and when I shut the car off the brake lights turned off. It didn't work today. Someone suggested the brake fluid may be low. I filled it up, and even ran the engine and moved my car again. Still on.
Got out of the car and I seen that my brake light didn't go off. I just thought it was a delay in the lights going off. When I got up the next morning, my car would not crank due to my battery being dead.