There may be a sensor located near the E brake lever that is stuck or the E brake needs adjustment so that the sensor reads the position of the release lever properly. If the E brake light is only half as bright as normal it indicates that you may be low on brake fluid in the reservoir or that the small plunger in the reservoir that drops as fluid level decreases is actually stuck down on the sensor inside the reservoir. Would be a good idea to get brake fluid renewed and check inside brake reservoir to ensure the small disk shaped plunger is floating at the right level with the fluid also being at the right level. If fluid is low, check brakes for excessive wear as they may need replacing.
The dashboard brake light usually indicates a differential pressure malfunction between the two sides of the master cylinder, or that the emergency brake is on. Check the emergency brake, then check the master cylinder. You may need to bleed the brakes. You may need to reset the master cylinder, although they usually reset by themselves.
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