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    Registered User Blaz90's Avatar
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    Emergency Brake light

    I have to use the emergency brake several times a week.
    Last week when I got in and pulled the release handle the light didn't go off.
    The brake released, the pedal is all the way up and the light is dim, but on.
    The switch on the wheel is working properly and when you put the brake on the light brightens.
    So mechanically everything is working properly.
    So, here we go with another electrical issue.
    Anyone have this issue?

    Thanks,
    90

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    first thing I'd check would be the little switch on the pedal assembly. try and push it in by hand and see if the light goes all the way off. If it does then the part of the pedal that pushes it in isn't hitting it fully.
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    Doesnt look like this supernova's Avatar
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    do all the other lights function fine or are they staying on partially also. I had a major dash harness ground issue and all my indicator lights would stay on half lit at all times, and go to full brightness when used. This was solved by adding another ground wire

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    Registered User Blaz90's Avatar
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    I check the brake fluid - fine. Had the fuse for the pumps blow so I been messing with the battery connects and the light went out.
    SuperNova, it was just he emergency brake light. All other lights are functioning properly.
    Guess we'll have to wait to see if it does it again and check the switch at the pedal.
    Thanks.
    90

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