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How to reset brake light on 2001 toyota tundra, I just replaced brakes and light remains on, no air in system and brakes are good.

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  • bttaterhead Nov 26, 2008

    yeah just did the brake pads and the light wont go off. Works fine though.

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Be sure fluid level is proper. IF the ebrake is stuck on ever so slightly that will cause this problem as well. Theres a small chance that the sending unit in the brake master cylinder is bad. The sole purpose of this is to check fluid level. If the brake fluid resevoir is full, a quick test would be to (with key off) unplug the sending unit into the master cylinder and then start vehicle. This would let you know rather or not this is the issue. Let me know if you need any farther assitance, thank you for using fixya.com

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You need to adjust the brake light switch above the brake pedal. Pull the pedal UP and the lights will probably go out. If so, it just needs to be adjusted. Let me know how u do. countrycurt0

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