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Corsa wiring wtht is wrong with my car? when I step on the brake pedal, all lights come on including the dash board

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Sounds like you have a bad earth on the brake light. Auto electricians jobs . But if you handy you could do a few checks yourself. look at the rear light and checks to see if there is any corrosion on the circuit / wiring or the plugs , joints. Usually find water has got into the light unit. Jeff

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There isn't one.  This car has a "brake and throttle by wire" system and the brake light switch is inside of that.  You have a bad brake position sensor.  Figure $240 or so at a dealer.

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SOURCE: Brake lights stay on even when car is off.

look up under feet area brake peddal has a switch hooked to brake peddal could be bad switch or something catching it! good place to start!

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SOURCE: brake hisses under the dash when i step on the brake pedal

this is caused by a defective leaking vacuum (that is the hiss) power brake booster diaphragm, replace the power brake booster.Use the link below for general instructions on replacing your booster, it is a diff car but the same type of part is on your car.

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if brakes work ok leave well alone ,this sounds like an electrical fault that big money to repair.At the end of the day the brakes are failsafe manually operated

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This perfectly describes a failure of the brake vacuum booster.
Replace the power brake vacuum booster.

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