Hello, all. I'm new here and have tried searching for this issue some so I apologize if it's covered somewhere and I missed it. I noticed while driving at night that the brake lights will disengage as soon as I start to release the brake pedal as opposed to when it has been fully released. This results in some flickering of the brake lights as I modulate the brake pedal as I'm slowing down. I replaced the switch thinking maybe the contacts were just worn, but the issue remains. As long as I'm actively pressing down on the pedal and engaging the switch (which you can hear click) the lights stay on so it's clearly not an electrical issue. Upon further inspection I noticed the switch is allowed to pivot on its mount. I'm assuming this is because the pedals are adjustable and it helps alleviate wear on the switch wires as the switch travels with the brake pedal. I have also noticed what appears to be this same issue on other Ford vehicles of the era that have adjustable pedals (Crown Vic, Grand Marquis, even an F-150) while out driving. Their lights will flicker on and off as they're coming to a stop. The only video I have found on this was a guy with an F-150 and he crudely taped the switch in place so it would no longer pivot on its mount. The switch mounts to the brake pedal and the switch itself is engaged my the brake booster "rod"(?). Could it be a booster issue and it's not pushing back hard enough on the switch effectively riding it all the way back to full disengagement? I'm having a hard time thinking of any other reasons why this would be other than it's just "normal" operation. Let me know if anyone else has noticed this issue and if it's just a "normal" thing for these cars. Thank you, guys! I've typed switch so many times it's starting to lose meaning haha.....switch.