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Old 05-08-2010, 10:54 AM
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97 F350 ABS Light On/ Rear Brake lights stay on

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Just yesterday noticed my brake lights were on and would not turn off. ABS dash light indicator on as well. Any ideas? Seems kind of odd that the rear brake lights would stay illuminated even with vehicle off.
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Old 05-08-2010, 11:57 AM
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Fixed! Brake switch bad, replaced for $7, Good Day!
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Good man. Nice when things work out good.
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Fixed! Brake switch bad, replaced for $7, Good Day!
Can you tell me where this switch is located? I am having the exact same issue on my '96. thanks
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Look under the dash just below where the brake pedal pivots. You should see the switch with a little button coming out of it and resting on the brake pedal stem.
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Look under the dash just below where the brake pedal pivots. You should see the switch with a little button coming out of it and resting on the brake pedal stem.
Thanks LazyK. I will take a look.
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