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Sounds like tranny problem. If it "clunks or bangs" when you first put it in drive it could be bad universal joints. If it is a tranny problem you can start cheap by changing the tranny fluid and filter and see if that fixes it. Most oil change places can do that for you.
I think there are 2 switchs on that brake pedal. You are right tho about the brake switch causing your problem. If you fix your brake light problem your other problem will be fixed also.. check to see if the wires at the brake pedal switch are energized. I am betting on a ground problem.
I am guessing this is when you have slowed down to just a crawl, mabey 5 - 10MPH or less. If this is the case the clunk you hear/feel is the transmission shifting in to first gear. There may be some issue with a universal joint on the driveshaft that amplifies the situation (have that checked out) If this seems to be the case I would not worry too much other than having the universal joints given a once over.
There is a few things that can cause that,..#1 is the axle shaft universal could be worn out and to check it grab the axle shaft and try to twist it back and forth to check if its loose..#2 could be the brake caliper loose or the brakes are moving around in the caliper,#3 also could be the radius arm bracket cracked at the radius arm itself which is about a $25.00 part (not including the bushings which are about $15.00 a set)check these things as my 94 Bronco has been through all of every sound and clunk with 230,00 miles