I checked the brake fluid reservoir and it's full, checked calipers and rotors and no fluid leakage, nothing loose. Rotors are good and I just changed the pads this past Oct.
My first thought was a stuck parking brake, but after I put it in gear, the idle started moving the truck, so I didn't think it was that. I guess it could be disengaged but just not enough to turn the light off. I'll check that in 2 minutes...thanks for the tip.
As far as the airbag light goes, I don't know what a clock spring is. can you tell me where it is on the truck? It's my wifes truck and she doesn't use the cruise, but I'll check that in 3 minutes. The horn doesn't work anymore, conked out a few months ago and there are no steering wheel controls.
Not sure if this is related or not, but also a few months ago she noticed that at red lights, the idle hits real hard for a few seconds and actually starts to pull the truck. At the light with her foot just on the brake to hold the truck stopped, she then has to actually put pressure on the brake to keep the truck form moving...then it goes back down to normal. the tach jumps up to like 3-3500 rpms when normal idle is more like 800-1000. just for about 3-4 seconds