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63Alpine brake lights

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jtombone John Tombone
Orlando, FL, USA   USA
AlAfter replacing wheel cylinders and bleeding brakes, the brake lights stay on. Is it possible the sending unit is bad? Moving brake pedal up and down does not make it go off. It appears the light is bright as brakes lights show applied. Too much pressure in brake lines? Bad sending unit? Where do I get one? Thanks for any ideas
John T


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