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1999 Plymouth Voyager 3.3L brake light

My daughters' Voyager dashboard brake light comes on and stays on after starting the vehicle, driving, then applying the brakes. She said the brake fluid level is good. Thanks in advance for help.

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Check the brake pads must be worn out .....

Good luck...

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