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Old 04-06-2014, 02:36 AM
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Howdy Dustin. Welcome to the Ram ForumZ. I invite you to stop in at the Newbie Check In section and introduce yourself so other members can give you a proper howdoyado.

I've never hear of a failed ECM, PCM, FCM, BCM, or any type of control module keeping the brake lights illuminated. Sounds like you definitely have some electrical issues, but I'd be willing to bet your paycheck that it's not the ECM failing that's keeping your brake lights illuminated. Have you reset the ECM? I find that resetting it fixes a lot of problems. Disconnect your battery and let it set for a half hour. Turn the key on, then back off, right before you reconnect the battery.
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