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Parking brake light

My 2001 camry 4cylinder parking brake light came on two months ago .It seems to come on when i make left hand turns , and go off when i make a right hand turn. sometimes! most of times is on .I've checked fluid levels brakes are only 10% warn .What is the problem?

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You could be leaking brake fluid (yes this is a serious caution, hazard!!). ..or your brake fluid is really low. Also you could have alot of air in the system-you probably changed the pads & didn't bleed all 4 brakes properly..

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    also check around in the inside of the wheels & tires near the kingpins/knuckles for heavy grease (brake fluid spill). Then look on the ground close to where the wheels are for any spill. If you see it-you're leaking brake fluid


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Hows adjustment on parking break cable ? It should be adjustable from above if too tight.

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