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More likely it's the adjustable switch under your brake pedal if your brake lights won't turn off. Emergency brake lever does not turn your brake lights on at all. If you are referring to your brake light on the dash, sometimes that is also an indication that your brake fluid is low. Emergency lever switch going bad is very rare.
did you try to reset your brake switch at the brake pedal under dash, or replace it, sounds like through the process of bleeding brakes you might of broken it or bumped it loose causing it to be on, follow brake pedal up under dash and you should find it
check to see if the brake light switch under the dash is still mounted in it's holder..if it is not the brake lights will stay on....if you are talking about the brake light on the dash then I would check to see if the emergency brake is engaged or if the switch on the emergency brake assembly is bad
The brake light that is on the dash is for the emergency brake...When that light is on that is supposed to tell you that the emergency brake is applied if the brake is not applied then you need to service the emergency brake. And on the brake pedal there is a coupler that is hooked up to the pedal bracket that wire may be soft set try gently snapping it into place.