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Check your brake fluid. The brake light on the dash also comes on when your fluid is low. It may be just low enough that when it warms up, it expands enough to hit the sensor and turn the light off.

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[This message has been edited by mrbear (edited August 21, 2000).]

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It seems to only happen when the engine is cold. After I start the car, the E-Brake light stays on... Even after I release the E-brake. Once the engine warms up, the lights goes out. (Or if I start the car in the HOT afternoon, the light works like its supposed to).
 
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