I am new to this but need some help. I have a 99 1500 quad cab with a 318 and a manual transmission I have recently been experiencing slow brake pedal return (anywhere from 2-8 seconds). After a little research and $250, I still have the same problem. What I have done; -I replaced; Power booster Master cylinder Vac. hose from intake to booster -I bled the brakes )furthest from the MC to the closest -lubed the pivot the brake arm is attached to -scratched my head. Some reading was telling me the booster was bad so that is why I replaced that. a little more reading and locals said it sounded like a bad MC so I replaced that. What clued me onto this was braking at a stop sign, letting off and seeing my trailer brake controller was on (normally is when brakes are applied). Thinking this was odd, I lifted the brake pedal with my foot to see if the light would go off and it did. I remembered my parents had the same issue on their 99 durango but don't remember what fixed it. Never the less, over the last few weeks, I have dealt with the pedal slowly returning but enough is enough, I want it fixed. Camping season is coming, as soon as the snow melts. A few people have said to adjust the light switch but that wont speed the pedal return up and others have said a spring but again, something must be wrong for the pedal to act like this. I have recently read something about the the rear brake pistons????? is this a sign of worn brake shoes in the rear?? Like I said this was a sudden issue. One day all was well and the very next the problem started. Please help me out folks. I know there is a lot of great info out there and surely someone has experienced this before me. Funny thing is all the Dodge dealerships, Les Schwab and other brake repair shops have all said either they have never seen or heard of this or it is common for the Dodge brake pedal to return slow. They don't understand when I tell them this is just no occurring which is why I was calling. I am not afraid of getting a little dirty to replace something if need be, just not excited about dumping more money into something that might not fix the issue. Thanks all!!!