eBrake is mechanical linkage and not connected to your hydraulic system. The sensor switch is located under the center console and sounds like it needs adjustment...just make sure the brake lever is all the way down. Can someone add....does the hydraulic system have any connection to the dash brake light? I am searching my manual to see.
edit: Found out that when the hydraulic system senses and imbalance between lines this will trigger the brake light to stay on as long as imbalance is sensed. Suggestion is to check fluid levels and possibly bleed system to restore pressure balance in system. Most common cause though is sensor at eBrake, check first before investing more money, also potential for bad pressure sensor at master cylinder and ABS distribution block.
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