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First have someone pump the system at least five times and hold the pedal, then you open the bleeder to let the air out, close bleeder and repeat until fluid starts coming out. starting with right rear, left rear, right front and left front last. don't let fluid in master run empty.
I had the same problem but weirdly enough I topped up my Hydrolic fluid and it suddenly stop flashing
Perhaps it is a short circuit on my Audi 2.6 E Cabriolet or it actually picks up both brake fluid and Hydrolic fluid with the same light
I believe that it is probably sticky brake calipers. This is a much more common problem and is more likely. You could test this by jacking up your front end and supporting the vehicle safely. Then apply the brakes, then let off of them and try to spin your wheels manually. Calipers should only cost about $40.00 each or so. Sometimes they especially like to stick when the pads are worn and/or the rotors are out of spec.
Good luck. Let me know if this solves your problem.
You might need your brakes checked. Check your brake fluid level first and make sure it's on full mark and if it is not, don't add too much but drive carefully to a workshop to have your brakes checked. Cheers