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I am not sure of my problem. On my 2005 ford expedition, There is a light on at the right side of the dash;ridged oval shape circle with exclamation point in the middle of it. I thought i just needed to replace the brakes, but after i changed them the light still remained.

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If you do not have your owners manual because it should be in there under instrument panel then try this website for a free one:
www.edmonds.com

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