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My brake ped will not come all the way up on 1998 oldsmobile aurora it just stop short of brake switch but i can pull on it and light goes off

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If its the park brake you are refering to the most likely problem is with the park brake cables. One or more is broken or stuck in the on position

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1998 olds aurora need to locate shift release solinoid


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