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I got a 1994 Honda Accord, the brake light stay on when R,D4,D3,D2,D1 but when you put It on P or Neutral go off.I check brake fluid level and the float it's OK and the hand brake switch works fine. I replace the shift control stay the same. Can somebody help me?

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In some cases the brake light will come on when the rear brake pads are getting worn down to low, check them if they appear to be lacking of enough brake material replace the rear shoes to make the light go out and restore adequate rear brake traction.

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