the brake lights are on a separate cuircut,if your brake lights are staying then it will be a fault with the brake light switch.
the switch is located under dash,and will be on or very close to brake pedal.
if you recenly replaced bulbs u may have installed them backwards they should be running lights and brake lights if this is the case they maybe installed incorrectly
are you sure it is the brake lights and not the tail lights. if it is the brake lights you most likely have a short some where. go to a auto eletrican It is the brake lights which turn on. Short in the switch or the wiring?
I dont know because i dont have a FORD Check your brake light switch on the back of your brake pedal for adjustment.
Only the front lights stay on for safety. You need to turn on your lights to get the back lights to come on. To turn off the front safety lights just push your emergency brake on one click.
somebody put a single filiment bulb in a dual receptacle socket or visa versa chech rear bulbs first
IT'S PROBABLY JUST A PROBLEM WITH THE PRINTED CIRCUIT BEHIND THE DASH.
I had this problem and it was a short in one of the back rear brake lights. One of the bulbs was not screwed in correctly and it was causing the brake light to stay on when the headligst are on. We removed all bulbs and inserted them again, making sure they were tight. This fixed our issue with a dodge 2003 durango.
I would check the rear bulbs. I just had this issue and it ended up my brother had used the wrong bulb, and odd enough it caused the brake lights to stay on with headlights. When headlights were not on and you applied the brakes the dash would light and brake lights worked. Strange, HUH? I must admit before this revelation, I replaced headlight switch and brake switch, with no avail.
by design the DAY-TIME-RUNNING lights are not intended to be turned off by choice. When you start the 99 blazer with the parking brake on, the DTR lights are off. When you release the parking brake they come on. When you park again and apply the parking brake the DTR lights will stay on, unless you stop the engine and re-start the engine. Since the DTR lights are inter-wired to the regular headlights, they can not be defeated without affecting the regular headlights.
Probably a brake light switch.
Headlights are not to stay on all the time,only front parking lights.
You should consult the owner's manual, as this appears to be a fuse/electrical issue. You might also consider removing your foot from the brake pedal when driving at night. Happy braking!