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This is normally caused by either a bad brake switch, or sometimes there is a rubber grommet that contacts the switch part of the brake switch that pops out or deteriorates that keeps the switch pin out all the time which will keep the brake lights on.
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The Brake switch is down by the brake pedal. There are two switches. One is the Cruise Control Cancel Switch, the other is the Brake switch. The brake switch is normally the one on top. It's a twist lock type of brake switch. You unplug the sensor, then turn it counter clockwise to unlock it so it can be removed. Then you can inspect it and check it's contact points. But if everything is there, then you have a bad brake switch. The part is around 30 bucks or so.
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