Question about Mitsubishi Lancer
Haha this is so funny.... I swear if they weren't so useful I would give it away. Well I also need to explain myself better too! It is a manual transmisson so there is no park position light. I have had the car about two years. The ((!)) / ((p)) is also one little icon they take up one little square on the dash. The light normally only every came on when I put the handbrake on. I have try many a times to try and make sure the handbrake (e-brake lol) ie push the release button and push down on it. I managed to finally get the stupid lid off the brake fluid thingy and yes it was still full. And i checked the bottle of brake fluid and we didn't put much in anyway. It was still extremely full. So I don't think it is a leak. I was thinking (not a wise idea when it comes to cars obviously Haha) i did replace the brake pads at the front when i first got it, are there brake pads in the rear wheels? No doubt a dumb question.
But thank you soooooooooo much for you help so far it must be extremely frustrating for you working with someone who is completely thick when it comes to cars. I will click fixya when finished on here and finally decided that it is impossible for me to fix it lol!!!
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
Ok Lisaa, is it the brake light that's coming on, or actually a light for the handbrake? If this light is for the handbrake, check the handbrake the next time it lights up, by doing this, push in release button and push e-brake down as far as u can. Does the light go off? Sometimes if the e-brake is on just slightly, the dash light will go on. I am not familiar w/ Mitsubishi dash warning lights, but usually there is only one brake warning light and it's an indication of a brake problem. Give me any more info that u can, if it's the brake system warning light u need to get it checked out asap. How much fluid did u add, and have u checked it again? Let me know, countrycurt0
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