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Re: the e brake light on dash stayes on
Check brakes to make sure that they are not low then check brake fluid level if low add fluid and the light should go off. If it doesn't check the float/sensor on the inside of master cylinder and make sure that it is floating and make sure that wire plug on master is plug in for sensor to read. If all of this don't work check and make sure that emergency brake is not engaged or not hanging up. engage and release to make sure it works. If all of this don't work then you will need professional help. Good Luck
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the brake lights staying on is a fault in the brake pedal switch,which should be an open circuit when the pedal is up.there is 12v that is passed thru when pushed down.the switch on the reservoir opens and closes with the fluid level. why the dash light stay on leads me to believe that you have a short in the turn signal switch assembly which has light controls on the end .
under the dashboard on the drivers side. look at the brake pedal lever. there should be a switch attached. push switch in and twist to remove. then pull the button as far out as it will go. while holding brake pedal down reinstall switch. then pull pedal up to top. this will reset the brake light switch. if they stay on still, then just replace the brake light switch.