Since I didn't see any responses yet, I'll take a stab at it and offer
my 2 cents though my Corvettes are older.
My first thought, since you said you DON'T use the P-brake is that
there's a failure in the brake's pressure system and the light does
double duty: parking brake engaged and hydraulic pressure warning. I
don't know if this era of Corvette used such a dual warning, but it
certainly would be something to check out. Read your owner's manual to
check if this could be a possibility. (You could merely be low on brake
It could also be a stuck switch for the P-brake. Perhaps it was engaged
and during storage the switch became stuck in the engaged position even
after the brake was released.
Here's waving to ya - \||||
'67BB & '72BB
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