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My 1999 buick lesabre has a dinging noise when a brake sensor

Dinging noise and brake light on dash comes on. will not stop dinging. sometimes will stop when brakes are applied but will start dinging again. brakes seems to appear fine. what does this mean?

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This means your master cylender is low on brake fluid , top it off with brake fluid and that should solve your problem . You should find out where the brak fluid is going .

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Hello:
have you checked your brake lights? This is a warning device letting you know one of your brake lights are burned out,(if you have a third brake light check it to)
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