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Why the stop lights on a Nissan altima 1993 stay on all the time?


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2006-04-13 18:53:35
2006-04-13 18:53:35

Check the brake light sending switch. It's usually attached to the brake pedal. If that's not it, check the turn signal switch inside the steering column.


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