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My emergency brake light come on and I have to push the petal to the floor to stop. What is wrong?

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  • Unearthen1 May 11, 2010

    Do you mean you ave to push your "normal" brake pedal to the floor to stop, of that you have to press your "emergency" brake pedal to the floor? Also, are you sure the light is for the emergency brake ONLY?

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Check your brake fluid you are probably low. Or you need to change your brake pads

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