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4ndee

brake fluid light

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Took my caliper off last night. Lost a bit of brake fluid. After I bled it up I started the car and the fluid light stayed on. So I unplugged the sensor on the resivour and went out.

I assume the sensor is built into the resivour.

This a common problem?

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You'll be surprised at how many people don't do this, has just come on after you bled them? Make sure the float is floating and the switch is off the stop, they can get stuck on the odd occasion

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Yeah I lost fluid then filled it up and bled them jow wont go off. I didnt realise its a float ill check that

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FIXED isnt it amazing what looking at a car after sleep does.

I looked and the float was it the top, so i took the cap and filter out and poked it with a 3/8 extension then hit the bottle and plugged it back in now its fixed lol

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