On the dash it is showing up "BREAK" on the dash even after releasing the parking break

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Asked by Jul 26, 2014 at 01:49 AM about the 2000 Toyota Avalon XLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello,
A USA imported car driving in Oman. last year I have tried to switch of DRL as it is not
permitted some parts of Oman. The mechanic Just did something (10Min time) under the
hood. Now the DRL is not on but even after releasing the parking break, the warning
"BREAK"  signal showing in the dash. How can I take it back? thank you

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120,975

Try pulling up on pedal or pushing down on handle depending on which type e brake you have. If that don't work Try adjusting e brake switch.

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It is a pedal system. Can you please tell me where the e-break switch in toyota avalon 2000?

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120,975

Ok pull out the release handle as you pull up on the e brake pedal with your hand. This should release the switch. The switch should be located up toward the top of the e brake pedal mech. Possibly hidden by lower dash panels.

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Can you please provide me a picture of it? I googled and couldn't find it! Thank you for the great support

120,975

It will be the only thing attached to or touching the e brake pedal mech with wires going to it.

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Thank you. Will check it!

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