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Sensor needs adjusted, replaced or just give it a day and drive the car for an hour or so. Proceed to roll up windows by holding the up switch for about one to two minutes or use the ( located in the top above between your two sun visors) there is a switch that uses an Allen wrench. It will raise all windows and top. I'm currently having that same issue, I just experienced the problem that fixed itself when I drove it.
The third brake light is the brake light in the center of the vehicle either around the lower part of the rear window or above the rear window. They didn't start to become common until the late 80’s - early 90's.
It is also known as the high mount brake light or the cyclops break light?
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Hey, my 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee did the same thing and it took me a long time to find a solution. It turned out, at least in my case, that there was a burnt out bulb just above the license plate. When I replaced it the warning went away.