If you changed your brakes lately, you couldve forgot to put the rattle clips back on, or there could be air in your brake line, try bleeding your brakes. On my 1998 Explorer Limited, I had the same prob., i.e. my emer. brk. warn light had a mind of it's own. My prob. was simply the light indicator switch, located under the brake pedal. Replaced switch, problem resolved. Easy, Breezy, Beautiful. Hope this helps. the emerg break cable may need to be adjusted from under the car it coud be loose and causing your e break pedal from fully retracting when you when you pull the break release. to check it pull the break release while holding the e break pedal up and see if it goes out if it does then the cable needs adjusted
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The most probable answer is poor maintenance.
sufficient and probable cause.......................attest to by investigating officer
The preliminary hearing
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If a Ford Explorer headlights blink on and off after 10 minutes of driving, it is highly probable that there is a short bad overdrive pump. Rest the car and clean the grounds. Also check for loose or broken wires.
According to my Haynes repair manual a code 22 lists a probable cause as : Manifold Absolute / Baro Pressure Sensor out of range
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CODE 32, HIGH RESISTANCE DRIVERS SIDE AIR BAG. MOST PROBABLE CAUSE BAD CLOCK SPRING.