Brakes Wheels 2nd Gen Tires Brake lights on

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  1. oliviamcc2

    oliviamcc2 New Member

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    Hey guys I just joined, so my brake light turned on the other day and I think just the inline circuit must've snapped or something is wrong but everything still runs perfectly fine, anyone know how to get rid of that light?
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  2. DneprDave

    DneprDave Well-Known Member
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    Do you mean, the brake warning light? If so, your brake pads may be worn down to the brake wear sensor, that breaks a circuit and turns on the dash warning light. There is a brake wear sensor on your left front brake caliper and your right rear brake caliper.
     
  3. 00Mini

    00Mini Well-Known Member

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    Good call !! When I first read the post I thought he meant his brake lights were on all the time. :Thumbsup:
     
  4. MCS02

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    Welcome to MA! and what DneprDave said.
     
  5. Firebro17

    Firebro17 Dazed, but not Confused
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    I agree with what the others have said.
     
  6. oliviamcc2

    oliviamcc2 New Member

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    I'm a girl but thanks^ lol


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  7. MCS02

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    So did you find the fix?
     

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