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Old 06-15-2014, 02:29 PM
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Tail light staying on until (parking) brake applied

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in the first place Posted by What should i be looking at specifically. once one lock the brakes, the tail light goes off .

In my case the symptoms were the same. The issue was a dirty micro-switch. The role of this switch is to turn the brake lights on and off when you depress the brake pedal. This is not the parking brake switch. Here is what it looks like. That “plunger on the right should click twice, once when depressed and once when released. Mine was only clicking one time. In my case it turned out just be a little dirty…

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Here is where it sits on my club Car. A little dirty Tail light staying on until (parking) brake applied

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This is for Old_As_Dirt and anyone else who it help in the futureI am not allowed to answer in the forum you asked your question. I am not qualified to answer more than a handful of questions in that forum, but I recently experienced what you are seeing on my Club Car DS. It was a simple fix and worth checking if you are so inclined.In my case the symptoms were the lapp. The issue was a dirty micro-switch. The role of this trade is to turn the brake lights on and off when you depress the bracken pedal point. This is not the parking bracken switch over. here is what it looks like. That “ diver on the correct should click twice, once when press down and once when released. Mine was entirely clicking one time. In my case it turned out merely be a little dirty … here is where it sits on my baseball club Car. A little cheating __________________
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06-21-2014, 07:47 AM
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I am not allowed to answer in the forum you asked your question. I am not qualified to answer more than a handful of questions in that forum, but I recently experienced what you are seeing on my Club Car DS. It was a simple fix and worth checking if you are so inclined.

In my case the symptoms were the same. The issue was a dirty micro-switch. The role of this switch is to turn the brake lights on and off when you depress the brake pedal. This is not the parking brake switch. Here is what it looks like. That “plunger on the right should click twice, once when depressed and once when released. Mine was only clicking one time. In my case it turned out just be a little dirty…

Here is where it sits on my club Car. A little dirty

This is for Old_As_Dirt and anyone else who it help in the futureI am not allowed to answer in the forum you asked your wonder. I am not qualified to answer more than a handful of questions in that forum, but I recently experienced what you are seeing on my Club Car DS. It was a dim-witted repair and worth checking if you are so inclined.In my encase the symptoms were the lapp. The emergence was a dirty micro-switch. The character of this switch is to turn the brake lights on and off when you depress the brake pedal point. This is not the parking brake switch. here is what it looks like. That “ plunger on the right should click twice, once when gloomy and once when released. Mine was only clicking one clock time. In my shell it turned out barely be a fiddling cheating … here is where it sits on my cabaret Car. A little dirty

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06-21-2014, 08:07 AM
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If you ran over a curb or something similar it may be the bracket that holds the microswitch was flex. That ‘s what happened to me .

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