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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 .
Fuses 6 and 7 in the passenger compartment junction block feed power to the taillights but the setting of the multifunction switch is appplied to the ETACS/TACS control module to control taillight relay operation and either of these components could be at fault. If you have DRL, the DRL module could be defective.
Check for a bad earth in taillight and bulb bases.remove each bulb and ensure that there isn't a wrong bulb in socket,I have seen similar faults when the single filament bulb has been put in the dual(brake/tail) sockets.It backfeeds power through to brake circuit. I hope this helps you or get back with your findings.
The brake fliud resorvoir may have a sensor on it that is at fault. Also if the brake pads are getting very tin the light will stay on for the brake fluid is low if not filled. Fill the fluid up and see if the light goes off. The sensor if equipt will have two wires for a conection
when the ABS light stays on it means there is a fault present in the ABS system and the ABS has been disabled, as long as the light is on u just have regular brakes with no ABS, there are many thinbgs that can turn the light on, most common is one of the wheel speed sensors is defective, since these sensors are about $75-100 each and there are 4 of them guessing is a poor idea, so what u need to do is have the ABS systwem tested, there will be a fault code present to help narrow down the defective part or wiring.
Hey there..my name is Keith..and you have 2 problems..from my expierence..your brake light problem is usually caused by the switch either bad or loose on the back side of your brake pedal..and your ABS light is uaually caused by a bad sensor in your brakink system that needs to be checked out by a shop..unless you are able to troubleshoot and figure out which sensor is at fault..i hope i helped..if not feel free to write back