First thing I would do is top off the brake fluid. As your brake pads wear down, the system requires more brake fluid to maintain pressure to apply the brakes - and the lack of pressure could make the light go on. You will also find after adding fluid that you don't have to press the pedal as hard to make the car stop. If your brakes are making any chirping or squeaking or (worst) metal-on-metal noises, get to a brake shop and get the pads replaced.
Please, where is fuse box for rear brake´s lights in Chrysler Gran Voyager MY 2003 ? Thanks
try the brake switch on the back of the brake pedal
check the brake light switch it may have come loose
Hydraulic fluid?? Are you referring to Brake fluid? Dot 3.
It is probably the brake lights that are on due to a misinstalled or damaged brake light switch.
With abs DOT 4 and without abs DOT 3 brake fluid.
It is important to pay attention to the warning lights on the dashboard. When the ABS and brake lights flask that means there is something wrong with the brake system.
Have a Chrysler diag. it with a scan tool. The good news that the brake system will still work as if there were no ABS system
One or more of the brake lights or tail lights are burnt out.
check the brake light switch on the brake pedal