You bleed the skave cylinder just like your brakes. Pump a few times hold and open the bleeder valve and repeat.
Your brake pedal may not be touching the sending unit to turn off the brake light. Try having somebody look while you pull up the brake pedal with your foot. You can adjust the unit to be closer to the brake pedal. There is no room to work, so have fun. There is a small plastic disc/spacer between the brake pedal arm and the brake switch that often fractures and falls off. It is about the size of a nickel, and has a small post attached to it--costs about $3.00 at a Mercury dealership. Hi I have a 97 Mercury Tracer and when my brake light comes on I check my tire pressure if one or more is low I put air in and my Brake light goes out every time.
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