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Break light.... Hi My name is Patty. I own a 1988 chevy chyenne pick-up. My break light on the dash is on....and was wondering what that could be. Fluids are fine....my emergency break is not sticking or stuck. Would appreciate any ideas.

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    Same problem, but I checked the ebrake indicator light swich and I works fine

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The problem was in my back brake anti-lock brakes. Just unplug the connector on back of the fluid reservoir and the light goes out. But of course you don’t have anti-lock brakes any more.

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There's a switch on your emergency brake that the indicator (on your dashlight) operates from. Sometimes it slips in its bracket and gets out of adjustment causing your dash light to stay on. Its located on the upper part of your emergency brake pedal. Hope this works for you. Goodluck.

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