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Replace the turn signal switch. All exterior lights run threw it, except the high mount brake light. The horn also. If the head light switch is on the handle, this should take of it also. If the headlight switch is in the dash, you might have to replace it also if they stay on.
First off, the brake light circuit is fuse 13 in PDC to brake swicth to rear brake bulbs, there is no physical connection to head lighrts in that circuit. all headlight functions are done by hard wire to the BCM,(body controll module), its locatted behind and attached the JB, (junction block) at the left side of dash, I've seen moisture problems cause alot of problems in these 2 modules, Its alot of work to remove these modules, dash componets need to be removed first,More info on this problem would help. GOOD LUCK, RDJRP
There is a pressure sensing switch on the master cylinder that will turn on this indicator light on the dash if there is enough of a pressure difference between the front brakes vs the rear brakes. It would be a good idea to check brake system for leaks and fluid level. Sometimes it's just a matter of readusting the switch by having someone hold pressure on the brake pedal while you slightly bleed either the front or back brake line at the master cylinder. Be sure you are confident you are knowledgeable to handle this... you don't want braking problems afterward... Good luck and be careful.