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Just had new brakes installed, Lights on dash(low brake fluid, Trac & Brake) won't turn off. Fluid is fine. This is not the first set of brakes on this car.

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Probably the sensor. Go to a local parts store( Atuozone, PepBoys, etc.) and they can run a OBD scan and reset light.

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