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> Just bought a 93 240 wagon and the brake lights have started staying on
> recently. If the key is removed brake lights work nornally with relay
> clicking when brake is depressed, and again when released. Turn the
> key on and brake lights come on when pedal is depressed, but when the
> pedal is released
> the brake lights do not turn off, and there is no "click" from the
> relay. Anyone have any ideas.
If the white socket is on the right, black on the left, the correct
(1157) bulbs have been installed properly and the brake light switch is
opening as it should, then the bulb integrity sensor is the likely
culprit. There should be no relay clicking when you step on the brake.
You're likely hearing a noisy cruise control safety switch.
The goal when driving is to miss the maximum number of objects.