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1991 Ford Explorer

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(1991 Ford Explorer)
my little brother asked me to do some research for him, he has a 1991 ford explorer that has a couple of problems, 1: the reverse lights turn on when the breaks are applied and 2: it starts when key is on the "on" position. Any ideas?
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on March 17, 2010
Start with having the ignition switch replaced so the key will operate properly
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on March 17, 2010
Start with having the ignition switch replaced so the key will operate properly
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on July 25, 2010
If both the brake lights and reverse lights are coming on together at the same time, there's an electrical issue. If their behavior is reversed, just move the bulb from one part of the lens to the other, as they use the same socket. The brake lights need to be the dual-filament as they have two stages of lighting (lights and actual signal/brake),
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