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did you try to reset your brake switch at the brake pedal under dash, or replace it, sounds like through the process of bleeding brakes you might of broken it or bumped it loose causing it to be on, follow brake pedal up under dash and you should find it
CHECK BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH.IT COULD BE OUT OF ADJUSTMENT IT COULD BE TOO FAR FROM BRAKE PEDAL.LOOK AT BRAKE SWITCH ON BRAKE PEDAL.THE BRAKE SWITCH HAS A STEM LIKE SWITCH.THE STEM SHOULD BE TOUCHING PEDAL ARM.IF NOT ADJUST IT SO SWITCH WILL TOUCH THE PEDAL ARM.IF ALL IS GOOD. THE PROBLEM COULD BE THE COMBINATION SWITCH.
It may be a turn hazard module under dash.that is the culprit! The power to the third brake light does not go through the module, but the rear brake lamps power is controlled through this module. I am looking at a drawing of one and it looks like it has two connectors with about five wires in one and six in the other. It has some cooling fins on it also.
you can prevent it from inflating by wearing a anti staic bracelet. it has an alligator clip that will attach to a ground. just take your time and you will do allright. when bleeding brakes always start with the right rear then the left rear then right front and finally left front. this is a two man operation. please rate this solution thanks