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sounds like the parking brake arm is not returning to the fully off position. try pull the release handle and at the same time pull up on the lever. if the light goes out then its not fully returning. it could be out of adjustment or the brake cables or sticking and need to be freed up.
tail is park, so turn off the parking lights ,.there are 20+ lamps
inside and out for park/tail/dim dash lamps.
do you mean stop lights stuck on, id bet so. (parks out)
so replace or adjust the brake lamp switch.
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First when this brake light stays on...it means there IS a problem. Could be just that the brake fluid in the master cylinder is low...easy to check...Is the brake pedal working differently now? Is the parking brale fully released? If none of the above...provide more info on other brake function symptoms...:)
Apply the parking brake with the vehicle parked, engine turned off and transmission in Park. Release the parking brake completely, then apply it again, and ensure that it is fully released. Turn the ignition on, check to see if the Parking brake warning light is on. If it is NOT on, apply the parking brake and check to see if the warning light comes on. If the light come ON wihen the Parking brake is applied,.....fully release the parking brake and check if the warning light goes OFF. If it does NOT go off, then an adjustment is needed at the parking brake switch.
This light can be caused by your parking being on. If not, it's most likely caused by low brake fluid. Check the fluid level under the hood and fill it up if needed. If that doesn't get rid of the light, you should have it towed to a dealer and don't drive as your brakes may fail at any moment without notice
the cables that go to the rear wheels,one or both are damaged try spraying them with some king of lubricant solvent CRC, WD40, SEAFOAM works best. this should help to release cable, the replace cable, DO NOT DISSCONNECT EMERGECY BRAKE!!!!will not pass inspection