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the break switch is damaged replace it then the hazzad light and the break light will be ok .. and about the indicator light its circuit's capacitor or the resistor is damaged please check that and replace the same it will be ok
SOUNDS LIKE A SWITCH PROBLEM ITS UP HIGH ON BREAK PEDEL UNDER THE DASH BOARD TRY UNPLUGING WIRES AND CLEANING CONTACTS AND YOU COULD SRRAYING CONTACT CLEANER IN SWITCH AND PRESS PEDEL REPETIDLY THIS MAY CLEAN THE SWITCH THERE IS ALSO AN AJUESTMENT TURN TILL WHERE THE ROD ON THE SWITCH IS CLOSER TO THE BREAK PEDEL IF NONE OF THIS WORKS YOU PROBBLY NEED TO REPLACE IT
If you have a test light, check the brake light switch (usually mounted at the top of the break pedal arm). The switch will have voltage on one wire....when the pedal is pressed, the switch closes the circuit and sends voltage to the other wire connected to the brake lights.
Unless both bulb filaments went out, there is a switch that the brake pedal sits on when released. It should be located under the dash above your foot. You shouldn't miss it. When the brakes are applied, the switch pops out activating the lights, it sounds like that switch may be faulty. Hope that works