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Check the brake light switch adjustment. With the new master cylinder and booster the distance you push the brake pedal down may have changed and not be far enough. Test for power going out of the switch when you press pedal with your hand, if you get none readjust the switch by moving it away from the point where the pedal hits it. You should be able to push hard enough with your hand to make the brakelights come on if the engine is running.
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