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Mazda 6 2001, IBS and handbrake warning lights keeps coming on

Mazda 6 2001, Ibs light and handbrake warning light keep coming on when im driving what could be wrong with this car?

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Check brake fluid level.  If fluid level is low, it can cause lights to flicker on and off while driving.

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