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ABS light and Traction light stays on.

You'll have to check the wiring at the wheels for the wheel sensors.Wires tend to break at the plugs.

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My 2006 f150 has new brakes and rotors,fluid full but my dash brake light stays on. Soon as you start it and the whole time you drive. Also the cruise quit too. Once the light went off then the cruise

This sounds like the brake light switch or the control switch on the brake pedal is bad or loose. Check under the dash above the brake pedal there should be one or two switches that tell the brake lights to come on and the cruise control to shut down.

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Abs light stays on and abs system does the same

Try adding brake fluid to the reservoir that should put the light to rest if not when have you had the brakes serviced last, if you start to hear a metal rubbing noise waste no time to get the brakes serviced chances are you need pads or shoes.. Every 25,000 to 30,000 miles should have them inspected other wise you risk rotor or drum damage if the pads or shoes wear down too far.. hope this helps..

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Changed front pads and rear shoes, now abs light stays on

A common problem with fords. The brake pads and shoes are semi-metalic, and the abs sensor is magnetic. With time and wear from the old pads, and dirts and road grime, All of these things build up on the sensor. Fortunately this is usually a simple fix. If you don't already have this on had, go to you closest parts store and get a can of Brake Cleaner. The cheapest will do just fine. Locate the abs sensor ( usually on the hub assembly ) and spray them off. Be generous with the brake cleaner. By the time you crank your car back up, this light should be gone.

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One pink light is staying on one shoe of Twinkle Toes Skechers. What can I do to turn this off before battery dies

You can open the bottom if the shoe where the battery is most likely stored. Since the battery needs to be small to fit into a shoe then it probably could only fit in the sole without making the shoe different then most. You can try lifting the insole and seeing if it is located right there. Then to actually get it off you may have to open the bottom of the shoe.

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Cant get brake light to go out

make sure the brake light switch is mounted and adjusted properly. they have been known in older cars to actually fall out of their mounting hole which in turn makes the brake lights stay on all the time. if it all looks good then it probably needs to be replaced. most new switches are self adjusting so that helps!

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this is the low tire pressure warning

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1998 ford escort the brake light stays on after engine is turned off.

Is there any brake fluid leaks anywhere?
Check your Brake Fluid Level in your Master Cylinder Reservoir. If it is too low, this will trigger the Brake Light. This is the number 1 reason for the warning light to trigger.
Also: there is an electrical connection adjacent to the Reservoir. Check this connection. Unplug, check the metal connectors (both) for any corrosion or oxidation (whiting) and remove this from the metal. Replug and recheck operation.
Further: what is the condition of your Brake Pads and/or Brake Shoes? Pads or Shoes that are worn out (very low) will trigger this.
Let me know if this helped, or if you have any additional infomation, problems or questions. Feel free to contact me at!

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The parking brake light is on and the parking

hi from uk if as you say the brake fluid level is slightly above min ? then this is most probably the reason the warning light is on this light is also linked to both park brake when on and a visual warning via a sensor on the reservoir that brake fluid is low top reservoir up ? light should/will go off however! fluid level drops for two reasons = 1 fluid leak on b/system 2 or in your case the fluid level has dropped by displacement from reservoir to brake calipers/cylinders as the brake pads and/or shoes wear down to minimum safe thickness ? and if your car has brake pads wear indicators fitted to pads these sensors will put light on SO may i suggest you check your brake pads/shoes ASAP because if pads/shoes are very low ? you may not only damage the more expensive disc/rotors but pads may/will burn up resulting in brake failure with obvious results ? hope you heed this advice? it is for your safety and other drivers best wishes

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Parkling Brake Console Light Stays On

Parking Brake Console Light Stays On The light is on because the brake fluid is low. The sensor in the brake fluid reservoir is signaling low fluid. This may be because leaking or the brake pads/shoes are worn down, so check to see if they needs replacement. In the mean time you can add brake fluid.

The Parking brake switch is activated by the brake handle. If you use a flashlight you may be able to see it next to the handle.

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