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Look at the brake light switch, then look for the plastic stopper that the switch plunger contacts. If it is missing or broken the switch plunger does not get pushed in causing the lights stay on all the time. The most likely cause of this sort is failure of the brake switch stopper. An image of a typical broken stopper is seen here. broken brake stopperbroken brake stopper

The diagram shows hard plastic plug at the top of the moving part of the brake pedal... (#22 in this picture, Acura Part # 46505-SA5-000).. it engages/disengages the plunger to turn on/off the brake lights

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Reference: http://www.team-integra.net/forum/12-generation-two/185192-bad-brake-light-switch.html

Look at the brake light switch, then look for the plastic stopper that the switch plunger contacts. If it is missing or broken the switch plunger does not get pushed in causing the lights stay on all the time. The most likely cause of this sort is failure of the brake switch stopper. An image of a typical broken stopper is seen here. broken brake stopper

The diagram shows hard plastic plug at the top of the moving part of the brake pedal... (#22 in this picture, Acura Part # 46505-SA5-000).. it engages/disengages the plunger to turn on/off the brake lights

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Reference: http://www.team-integra.net/forum/12-generation-two/185192-bad-brake-light-switch.html

Look at the brake light switch, then look for the plastic stopper that the switch plunger contacts. If it is missing or broken the switch plunger does not get pushed in causing the lights stay on all the time. The most likely cause of this sort is failure of the brake switch stopper. An image of a typical broken stopper is seen here. broken brake stopper

The diagram shows hard plastic plug at the top of the moving part of the brake pedal... (#22 in this picture, Acura Part # 46505-SA5-000).. it engages/disengages the plunger to turn on/off the brake lights

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Reference: http://www.team-integra.net/forum/12-generation-two/185192-bad-brake-light-switch.html

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Look at the brake light switch, then look for the plastic stopper that the switch plunger contacts. If it is missing or broken the switch plunger does not get pushed in causing the lights stay on all the time. The most likely cause of this sort is failure of the brake switch stopper. An image of a typical broken stopper is seen here. broken brake stopper

The diagram shows hard plastic plug at the top of the moving part of the brake pedal... (#22 in this picture, Acura Part # 46505-SA5-000).. it engages/disengages the plunger to turn on/off the brake lights

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Reference: http://www.team-integra.net/forum/12-generation-two/185192-bad-brake-light-switch.html

Look at the brake light switch, then look for the plastic stopper that the switch plunger contacts. If it is missing or broken the switch plunger does not get pushed in causing the lights stay on all the time. The most likely cause of this sort is failure of the brake switch stopper. An image of a typical broken stopper is seen here. broken brake stopper

The diagram shows hard plastic plug at the top of the moving part of the brake pedal... (#22 in this picture, Acura Part # 46505-SA5-000).. it engages/disengages the plunger to turn on/off the brake lights

http://www.team-integra.net/forum/12-generation-two/185192-bad-brake-light-switch.html

Look at the brake light switch, then look for the plastic stopper that the switch plunger contacts. If it is missing or broken the switch plunger does not get pushed in causing the lights stay on all the time. The most likely cause of this sort is failure of the brake switch stopper. An image of a typical broken stopper is seen here. broken brake stopper

The diagram shows hard plastic plug at the top of the moving part of the brake pedal... (#22 in this picture, Acura Part # 46505-SA5-000).. it engages/disengages the plunger to turn on/off the brake lights

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Reference: http://www.team-integra.net/forum/12-generation-two/185192-bad-brake-light-switch.html

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Look at the brake light switch, then look for the plastic stopper that the switch plunger contacts. If it is missing or broken the switch plunger does not get pushed in causing the lights stay on all the time. The most likely cause of this sort is failure of the brake switch stopper. An image of a typical broken stopper is seen here. broken brake stopper

The diagram shows hard plastic plug at the top of the moving part of the brake pedal... (#22 in this picture, Acura Part # 46505-SA5-000).. it engages/disengages the plunger to turn on/off the brake lights

http://www.team-integra.net/forum/12-generation-two/185192-bad-brake-light-switch.html

Look at the brake light switch, then look for the plastic stopper that the switch plunger contacts. If it is missing or broken the switch plunger does not get pushed in causing the lights stay on all the time. The most likely cause of this sort is failure of the brake switch stopper. An image of a typical broken stopper is seen here.

The diagram shows hard plastic plug at the top of the moving part of the brake pedal... (#22 in this picture, Acura Part # 46505-SA5-000).. it engages/disengages the plunger to turn on/off the brake lights

http://www.team-integra.net/forum/12-generation-two/185192-bad-brake-light-switch.html

Look at the brake light switch, then look for the plastic stopper that the switch plunger contacts. If it is missing or broken the switch plunger does not get pushed in causing the lights stay on all the time. The most likely cause of this sort is failure of the brake switch stopper. An image of a typical broken stopper is seen here. broken brake stopper

The diagram shows hard plastic plug at the top of the moving part of the brake pedal... (#22 in this picture, Acura Part # 46505-SA5-000).. it engages/disengages the plunger to turn on/off the brake lights

http://www.team-integra.net/forum/12-generation-two/185192-bad-brake-light-switch.html

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