Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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Check to make sure the e-brake is not on enough to turn the light on then check the brake fluid level in the master cylinder.if the level is good check the fluid level sensor in the master and make sure its not stuck at the bottom.if the level is low then check for a brake fluid leak and check the brakes as sometimes if the brakes are worn so much the fluid will be low and the sensor will turn on the light as the fluid level in the master is low to take up the worn brakes.as brakes wear the fluid lowers in the master.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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