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Hi Lilly,

Do as Vel suggested as a first step and make sure there isn't a short. With the Lag I'm almost certain the switch to operate the brake lights is on the passenger side on the brake pedal linkage to the master cylinder. These switches are have a 'push to break' operation so as soon as the brake pedal moves down by pressing on it the switch is released and the lights go on. Stick your head in the passenger foot well and have a look to see if you can see it. Some times these work loose and just need adjusting. I'll have a look on mine for you in the morning to find the exact location.

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