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Remove the cover off the handbrake pull handbrake up and down and you see the cables with one or two screws and nut Release hand brake hold with players one end tide the nuts even and pull hand brake and count one, two, three ,or four clicks stop on three or fourth jack the car on the back and check your wheels to feel free to move .
this could simply be a loose connection on the handbrake switch but this light is also the brake fluid level warning light so it might be a good idea to check the brake fluid level too. also it might be part of the brake pad warning system ane may indicate that the brake pads are nearing replacement it is also required to replace the warning wires with the pads
they will go soft a bit when engine runs as the servo is applying a lot more pressure its normal ,make sure you have removed the rear brake drums and adjusted the back brakes up manually and the pedal will go hard and the handbrake will tighten up as well
The brake lights switch is fitted next to steering column under a dashboard.There is plastic cover-just follow the brake pedal and you will see the switch.Disconect the plug and turn the switch anticlock wise.
That hand brake light is also your conventional brake
warning lite. Hopefully its the flimsy connector and switch that is making it flicker. But to play it safe have some one do an inspection of your brake system and if it turns out to be the wiring or the switch we can both laugh about it. This repair is not a biggie at all IF ITS THE SWITCH OR ITS WIRING.
Seems like your rear brakes are staying stuck in locked position when you release the E-brake. Try to adjust the e-brake from under the car first. If that does not work then remove the rear drum, and there is a adjustment bolts. Turn it a few turns put back on the drum and try again.