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The brake light switch is faulty or is NOT secured. When the brake pedal is released it pushes the pin on the brake switch to switch the lights off. If the pin is not getting pushed in proparly then the lights stay on. check the switch. Good luck................
Sounds like you have a vacuum booster issue or a brake master cylinder going out. If you know of an independent mechanic the Vacuum Booster test is simple. It is recommended to replace both the booster and the master cylinder at the same time.
Does it make a hissing noise when you push on the break peddel? or do you hear what sounds like a whiseling noise when its at idle? thats all signs of a vacume leak, it sounds me to be a bad vacume booster Witch will acount for you having to push hard on the break peddel, and it running bad when you step on the gas.
Chk. for vacume to booster, or loss of vacume like a break in vacume hose, do you hear a hissing noise when you step on break peddel. If you don't hear anything chanses are its the booster. When peddel gets hard to push you either lost vacume or booster went bad.