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    Brake lights staying on

    Hi all,

    I recently picked up a 2015 Viper GT. I'm having issues with the brake light staying on for well over 15 minutes after exiting the car, regardless if I lock the car or not. Any help is appreciated!

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    Brake lights or tail lights? Are the headlights on too? There is a setting for how long lights stay on after exiting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ViperGeorge View Post
    Brake lights or tail lights? Are the headlights on too? There is a setting for how long lights stay on after exiting.
    Brake lights along with Stryker logo stay on. Headlights are off.

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    It could be a faulty brake light switch.
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    Mine does it too. It seems like a glitch in the hill assist system, but hard to say. I find that if I tap the brakes twice after I shut off the car they don’t stay on. I should probably let the dealer look at it, but it makes me nervous. I have messed with the brakes with attached to the pedal and it has some movement in it, allowing it to work slightly away from the pedal tab that pushes on it.


 

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