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The standards have a switch on the clutch and a switch on the brake pedal. I hear they look very similar and its easy to get them confused. I'm guessing you replaced the right switch, but just wanted to make sure. You might have a short somewhere in the wiring. Do you also have a trailer brake controller? I read that you disconnected the trailer wiring but wasn't too sure on what you meant by this.
ok to test to see if its a clearance issue with the switch or not, locate the switch on your brake pedal and get someone or something to either depress the brake light switch or sandwhich something inbetween the brake light switch and the actually brake pedal. Then check to see if they have turned off. You might need a brake light switch stopper. Your brake light switch might not be getting depressed far enough to turn off the brake lights for some reason. I'm still putting money on your problem being the switch. You might have bought a lemon switch even, its possible.
Dodge Ram 1500 QC 4.7L SWB AT
20x10" MB Gunner 5 wheels
305/55-R20 (33.21") Nitto Terra Grappler AT tires
Focal Component Speakers (Front)
Infinity Kappa (Rear)
Rockford Fosgate HX2 10" Sub (FOX Box)
Boss GT1500D Amp
Side-Steps (need modified)
OEM Fog lights
NGK 6987 Sparkplugs
Performance Accessories 3" Body Lift
Flowmaster 50 Series Exhaust 3"in, Dual 2.25"out
20% Tint so you can't see up in my window lol
Rebuild motor nice and beefy
Add Supercharger or Turbo
Last edited by siiturbo; 09-20-2007 at 05:32 PM.