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The brake light switch is stuck in the On position. Cycling the brake power did not fix this. The switch is only about a year and a half old.
From what is sounds like, your brake lights constantly appear to be on. It's not uncommon for aftermarket parts, such as brake light switches, to fail prematurely. I would have a certified mechanic like YourMechanic verify the problem with the brake light circuit to have it repaired.
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