Question about 1995 Porsche 911
Based on the fact of having that happen on a 93 european car i had .......i'd say in all likely hood it's an indicator giving you a heads up that it is time to replace brake pads ( front more than likely because they do most of the work and they wear out sooner than the rear ones) and it's not really a dummy light, it has a sensor that turns on the light at a point of certain wear just like it's supposed to so you have some time to set up pad replacement, the rear ones probably have what is known as a chirpper on them which is a piece of metal that chirps, squeals, or make noise at that certain wear point so you wont get down to metal on metal and scar the rotors !! OK
Posted on May 22, 2011
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