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This is a discussion on Handbreak light won't turn off. within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I've had my 2002 WRX since the summer and as its become colder out, the parking light that indicates "BRAKE" ...

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    Handbreak light won't turn off.

    I've had my 2002 WRX since the summer and as its become colder out, the parking light that indicates "BRAKE" is constantly illuminated even if it is not engaged. Has anyone had simmilar issues?

    Thanks. -I

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    That's not only a hand brake light. It will also illuminate if your fluid is low. It could also be out of adjustment.
    ...Rob.
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    Mine was on as well and it was because of the fluid being low.. Check that first.. And it probably will fix your problem
    '88 Sub Justy *Rock in oil pan killed on freeway
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    Thanks a bunch guys, worked like a charm.

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