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(1999 Chevrolet Silverado 2500)
in Greenwood, IN on August 02, 2010
had brake lines replaced and system bled the brakes are working very well yet the light remains on this is on a 1992 silverado 2500 with the 5.7 this is the idiot light on the dash
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on October 21, 2010
the brake light has nothing to do with the wear of the pads it is strictly for the hydraulic circuit. make sure parking brake lever is fully retracted. Possible hydraulic leak causing pressure differential switch to go off. Go to some auto part store and they usually read codes for free. they most likely wont be able to tell you what it means simply search it online
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on October 21, 2010
the brake light has nothing to do with the wear of the pads it is strictly for the hydraulic circuit. make sure parking brake lever is fully retracted. Possible hydraulic leak causing pressure differential switch to go off. Go to some auto part store and they usually read codes for free. they most likely wont be able to tell you what it means simply search it online
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on October 22, 2010
Took to chevy dealer they bled brakes cost 123.00
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