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I recently changed out the drums on a used 88 pickup I purchased for my son and now the brake light on the dash cluster stays on as well as the rear brakes lights stay on. I adjusted the rear drums to where there is very little drag when I spin the wheel, so I don't think they need that much adjsuting that would cause these lighting problems. Any thoughts? thanks

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Stop light switch you have adjusted the brakes correctly and noy the pedal has come up hard so reset the stop light switch ,also make sure handbrake is going right down as some vehicles have a switch on their as well and i have never seen one of these cars in europe so i honestly cannot tell you model problems only whats wrong

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