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My 2000 bmw z3 roadster has a gear lite coming on erratic when it is on the cruise control is inop. check for codes have a code 39 in ref to brake lite switch clear code cruise works

Does the car have two brake lite switches one lites and one to cruise circuits to cancel cruise every time the lite is on cruise is inop

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Yes it does.

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