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1999 corolla brake warning light

Brake warning light comes on under hard acceleration and occasionally while braking. Brakes still have stopping power. Light normally turns off in under 5 seconds, seems to stay on if i play with pedal to keep in low gear (automatic trans). Recently adjusted rear brakes and greased front sliders.

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Check you brake fluid, If its low when you go WOT the fluid will move away from the sensor and the light with come on and take a few seconds to reset

Posted on Jan 03, 2018

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SOURCE: corolla ve 1999 problem to accelerate check engine on

You may want to try checking the gas filter because my car also had that problem and it was the gasoline filter that had somehow got water in it and was completly damaged. I'm not a complete expert but I'm only basing myself on what my car had that did exactly the same thing as yours.

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Occasionally VCS and Brake warning lights come on

I also have a 2002 Sequoia, mine with 100,00o miles and replaced breaks in the spring. My VCS and brake lights also were coming on, and baffled as to why. Someone told me to have my break fluid checked, I did and it was low, once they filled it and moved my car the break light went out but the VCS lights were still on, part problem solved. I ran a quick errand turned my truck off, when I returned and turned it on the lights were off. I am hoping that by putting the brake fluid in , solved my problem, so far so good. Hope this helps you as it did me.

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

adrian halligan

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SOURCE: toyota rear warning light indicator

replace brake petal switch mounted above brake pedal.adrian

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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SOURCE: abs annd brake light stays on

Your brakes would require some testing because there are a couple things that could go wrong that would give you a hard pedal. With regards to your abs light and handbrake light staying on you should get your codes read to give you more info. But they share a common fault. One of the reasons they could both be on is because your skid control ECU is faulty. Otherwise it could be two separate issues.

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

steve noel

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SOURCE: Have an '88 corolla sedan

vehicles equiped with power assist when braking you should nut pump brake, you shoull keep firm foot preasure on pedal,to avoid the problem you are having, how ever check the check valve in vacuum line and line for leaks

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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