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Re: 1995 Nissan Sentra, The engine light and brake
You could have faulty altenator or short causing the battery to drain. The engine light usually comes on when anything electrical or sensor wise is faulty. Brake light will come on if, low brake fluid, e-brake handle is up.
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I just answered your other question about this same issue. You need to stop replacing parts long enough to DIAGNOSE the problem so you are not creating further problems by changing all the parts on the car.
These lights will come on if your alternator isn't charging fully. With a multi meter test your voltage at the battery with the engine running. The voltage should be above 14 volts. If it is below 14 you will need to replace the alternator.
you can try and reset your comp, take hot side battery cable loose, hold for 7 seconds, put back on and check, the switch on brake pedal could be bad, also check the fluid, if you had new brake cyc put on make sure they are not leaking, also on older nissian, the emergency brake will sorta fall down, making the light come on, get somebody pull brake, and emergency brake up and hold check and see if light is still on