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Vdc light on when car is warmed up?

My brake fluid is fine and i got some pad life left too. what should i do???

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Replace the pads

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The brake fluid actually 'contracts', as the ambient temperatures drop. The colder it gets, the more the level is apt to drop, due to this charasteric of brake fluid..

Now, couple this condition with low brake pad thickness, your light will come (the fluid is measured with a sensor in the reservoir) on when it is colder, and go off when the engine compartment warms up; thusly allowing the fluid to expand slightly.

Note that the brake fluid level drops proportionatly to brake pad wear. If you level is low enough to light the light, you are nearing the interval for a brake pad replacement. Adding brake fluid to the master cylinder is NOT advised at this point in time.

If you DO add fluid, and eventually replace the front brake pads, thereafter, the fluid you added will be forced out of the master cylinder, and it will leak all over the paint under the master cylinder. Brake fluid can and will damage painted surfaces.

Best solution we can give you: Simply replace, or have replaced, the front brake pads. The low fluid level condition will rectify itself, as the new pads will force the fluid level in the cylinder reservoir back to its proper level.

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