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High level brake light is connected , in parallel with, all other brake/stop lights.. It is not on a separate fuse, so, check, or replace the other stop lights. Or could be a bad ground on brake lights, but not on high level light.
try adjusting brak light switch located above brake pedal usually just have to disconnect the wires screw the switch roundanti clockwise a full 360 degress refit wire and test if still on repeat process,let me know how you get on
If the ABS light is on, there could be a wheel speed sensor bad. The brake light may be due to low fluid, but this doesn't make sense since you just increased the level by changing the brakes. Maybe the parking brake is partially engaged or the lever is riding too low or high causing the brake light to go on.
I presume you have a megane 2, this is the procedure.
How to remove the 3rd brake light.
1. Unclip the tailgate upper trim
2. Unclip the light by pressing on the lugs with a flat-blade screwdriver.
3. Unclip the screen washer jet by pressing the clips.
4. Disconnect the connector, Remove the high level brake light.
Proceed in the reverse order to removal.
The vehicles are fitted with a brake light containing diodes.
I wouldn't recommend this unless you're planning in changing the whole unit.
more likely one of the wheel speed sensor is bad.
you can however, check the brake fluid level in the brake master cylinder, check all the fuses and also check to see if the third brake light ( center high mounted ) is working.
if all is good then you need to get your car to a shop to see what that light indicated. then they can tell you how much the fix will be