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Old 09-23-2012, 03:06 PM   #11
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well from past experience i believe i would bleed the brakes again. you have a sensor tha will indicate when the brake pedal has been applied and has gone down to far. and when the brake light come on, the only way it will come off is by pumping the brake pedal. and that is caused from a tiny bit of air in the lines.

Agreed. If the new switch doesn't fix the problem this is the next step. Is the brake pedal cushy? Does it get more firm the more you pump it (I can't believe I just wrote that)?
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