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Brake light allwas on and gas gage moves alot

My brake light is alwys on but no problem with the brakes. and my gas gage likes to do a lot of moving not sure y never did befor. does enyone no a good way to fix this anoying problem its a 1990 chevy pick up 305 v8

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    thanks that help alot.



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Make sure that you ground the brake at the end of the vehicle with the supplied wire then check if it is still on look at the switch at the pedal that activates the light as for the fuel gauge it may just need a new sending unit if everthing is attached right at first

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