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Parking light wont go out and keeps dinging

Parking brake light wont go out and it keeps dinging

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Reach down and release the parking brake at the same time pull up on the parking brake pedal. Sometimes the pedal gets bumped just enough to engage the switch indicating the brake is engaged.

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SOURCE: brake lights don't work,parking lights

Sounds like the stoplight switch is bad.

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SOURCE: No parking lights, fuse keeps blowing.

There is a ground not connected or a wire open that is causing it to blow

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SOURCE: 1998 grand am parking brake light wont go of. cant shift from par

Sounds to me if it has rear disc brakes you have 1 or 2 bad calipers

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SOURCE: The parking brake light for my 2002 pontiac grand

Make sure you have the proper amount of break fluid in the resivor. the next time it comes on, pop the hood and unplug the connector that is going to the brake master cylinder, see if it goes out.
Report back if the light stays on. If it goes out then the fluid level sensor is bad. You can replace just the sensor, you do not need to replace the whole resivor.

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SOURCE: Parking brake light remains on.

the parking brake light is the one on the dash so the switch by the foot pedal for the emergency brake is at fault

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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