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Brake dashboard gage light flickers on and off

Brakes check and are good
Brake fluid is good

Flickering started a little and got worse as time went on.

Think it is a bad sensor.

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It could be the emergency brake is not fully returned to its off position or the switch on the emergency brake is not correctly adjusted.

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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    marino7213 Jan 21, 2013

    I have reset the emergency brake all the way up. Where is the switch located and how do you adjust it?

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