Dashboard brake lamp flashes while driving but not while braking
Our 03 Odyssey dashboard brake lamp flashes while driving on rough roads or on curves. It does not come on or flash while braking. I checked fluid level and it is okay. Braking is okay as well.
Is this a float sensor or electrical issue? Any suggestions? Thanks.
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I have replaced a few caps with the floats attached.
inplug the wire to the cap and see if the light quits blinking, if so replace the cap. dont leave it unpluged it could cause problems.
make sure its full enough of brake fluid.
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May 14, 2012 - 12 posts
Car run great the only issue is the dashboard brake light is flashing randomly. ...Finally, the instrument cluster is hardwired to the ABS module, ... Also,i change the parking brake switch and the light goes on & off less frequent.
it's the traction control. Your manual has symbols and explanations regarding warning lights on dashboard. What it means is when you are driving and the road is wet or slippery, the traction control feature activates so you won't slip or hydroplane when you are stepping on the brakes. good luck ms pretty...
If you mean that the brake warning lamp on the dash board comes on when you press the brake, then its because the brake fluid level is low and/or the brake pads are worn down to the limit.
If you mean that the brake lamps at the rear of the vehicle comes on when you press the brake, then thats how it should work, to let other road users know you are stopping. Hope that helps
have someone stand behind ur car and check ur brake lights when u hit the brake and not ur tail lights when u turn all ur lights on. that warning light came on for me and i discovered a brake light out