You might want to check your brake fluid level. When your level is low it triggers the light on reminding you that your breaks need to be looked at. If your fluid level is fine, it may be a defective fluid level switch or float inside the master cylinder resivoir. Hope this helps you!!!
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Hi there, It could be many things. Loose bolt, shock ball joint, brake pad, brake caliper ect. You may have to get in there to take a look and wiggle some things areound to determine what is causing the clunking. my Dodge Ram does that on the front left because the bracket holding the shock in is bent so the shock is loose causing it to clunk. good luck i hope this helps!
This is anti lock braking system. ABS. There is a button you can push on some cars that will turn it on and off. Sometimes they are down by the console shifter. If the light will not go off then you could have a bad wheel sensor. There is a plug on the back side of the brake rotors on some GM models with anti-lock brakes. If you unplug it and then plug it back in it may fix the problem.