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Old 04-11-2016, 08:35 PM   #1
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Help, Brake lights will not go out

Need a little help here. While traveling north to the Shop who will replace my Norcold with a Samsung, I noticed before we hooked up the toad that my brake lights where constantly on. Dose anyone know where the brake light switch is located on a 2007 CC 37 ft Allure 470? More importantly, what it looks like?
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Old 04-11-2016, 09:12 PM   #2
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I'll assume you have air brakes , and in that case you should have 2 brake light switches ; one in each of your air brake zones ; front and rear.
Mine are on the foot valve below the pedal on the floor.

Before you go looking did you try lifting up on the brake pedal ?
I've had trouble with the brake and throttle pedal hinges rusting from wet carpet during the steam cleaning.
If below the floor they'll look like this.
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Old 04-11-2016, 09:19 PM   #3
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SloPoke - Don't have your model, but most brake switches are right where the brake pedal is located. It usually can be seen very easy. It would be where the metal part of the pedal pushes on the switch. You will know it is the switch when you see it. I would say they are easy to change, but I did have one on a car that was a PITA!
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I don't have your model but I also once had the same symptoms. It turned out to be the turn signal switch in the steering column failed and shorted across the turn signal contacts. Probably not the issue in your case but should be easy to check. See if you have independent control and operation of the turn signals. Also see if the mechanical movement of the turn signal level feels normal. Worth checking.

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