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My 91 berreta parking brake stays on why? and it seems like the brakes are wearing or rubbing maybe

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Chech the parking brake cable ! mite b rusted

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--the adjuster(s) on your rear drum brakes were adjusted too tight. (I'm pretty sure you have drum brakes in the rear.)

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it sounds like the front brake slides/or pins are sticking i would service front calipers and apply lube where needed.For the brake light you would need to check the brake fluid level sensor turn it counter clockwise 1/4 turn and clean with brake clean if that doesn't work unplug the sensor and if light goes off replace sensor for brake fluid level.Also make sure parking brake is totally released.

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