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check the bottom by the brake and gas pedals or on the driver side of your dash board and when you find the port fuse on the back of the port it will tell you wich fuse is it all fuses are numberd hope this helps.
check the brake fluid level, if low the brake light will light, if fluid is full then you may have a bad switch for e-brake handle, unplug switch ,if light goes out then switch is bad. also when e-brk is released make sure handle goes all the way down. start there hope this helps.
Where the handbrake lever is,it will be covered by a boot of some sort.Peel this back and beside the lever will be either a rod with a nut on it,or it will have a recess for a screwdriver.with the h/brake off,do the adjustment by tightening it.When it's right, the h/brake should have to be pulled so 7 'clicks' can be heard.Hope this helps
try autozone.com to see if they have your car listed for diagrams pictures and step by step instructions if your car is not listed then try your local library they have all the car manuals and even copy them for you
Took mine apart today and found my third brake lamp had some soldier that had cracked on positive and negative causing intermittent third brake operation. Email me and I will send you pictures email@example.com oh yeah my car was a 2003 g35 coupe. Don't know if they are all the same.