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I released my brakes and the brake light is still on.

I have a 1998 Mazda B series truck this morning it was about 30 degrees and I warmed the truck and then released the brakes,but the brake light stayed on what can the problem be?

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There is a small switch above the brake pedal with a black wire going to it, they stick or the little bracket they set in gets bent, this allows the switch to stay on and in turn the light for the E-Brake stays on, press on the switch and push the little spring loaded plunger in, that light should go out, also make sure the brake pedal is all the way up, if it doesn't want to fully return adjust the park brake cable.

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