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Anonymous Nov 21, 11:07pm - #332353 
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brake light wont go away...lol

its pissin me off...when i get in my frieds car...the brake light beside the gauges is ALWAYS on...we try to pull the e-brake hard then slam it down but it never works...anyone know what to do?? thumbsdown
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AlpineCeli Nov 22, 1:30pm - #332354 

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that must be a bitch, i bet his cruise control also doesnt work
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CID498 Nov 22, 4:48pm - #332355 

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Check the fluid level in the brake master cylinder there is a fluid level switch in there.

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Anonymous Nov 22, 10:21pm - #332356 
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it drives normal but always has that light on... thumbsdown

ok...i can check that...thanks thumbsup

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Anonymous Nov 22, 10:30pm - #332357 
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the abs light? if so i have the same problem i just ignore it also my Airbag light is on, but i dunno if they even work, i know why my ABS light is on, its kus my ebrake isnt in, the wire is disconnected and the braking kit is taken out of the rear wheels...o well i never use it anyways i got an auto! thumbsdown
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bloodredgt Nov 24, 9:24pm - #332358 

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just take apart your dash... and disconnect the light grin

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hahaha...^^ rofl rofl
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