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Warning Lights !!

Any thoughts on this:

Handbrake/Brake Fluid warning lights on wonít go off all connections at switch and reservoir cleaned and good and swapped around but to no avail, oil level warning light on , tryed grounding sensor wire but to no avail, fuel warning light on I think thereís enough fuel in the tank may or may not be related.
Anyone no if itís likely a bad ground somewhere or no live feed somewhere, will start taking apart instrument cluster tomorrow.
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check the grounds in the driver footwell on the left side, also on the rear top of the engine.
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Culprit for handbrake warning light.

Does anyone have a wiring diagram for the oil level sensor? Haynes manuals only show the pressure switch, and I canít find anything online so far that shows this circuit.
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Brake light on may be caused by brake fluid levels, abs or may be you have left the parking brake on when trying to drive. Just check manual of your owner or if you don't have, it's available online by a quick Google search
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