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Old 19 Sep 2004, 12:43 pm
no22
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Default Break light constantly on 98 Integra GSR

Suddenly this morning my break light will constantly stay on, then go off,
then on. I made sure the hand break is NOT up. Any ideas? There was a
sudden change in weather here but I'm not sure if that would cause this to
happen.


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Old 19 Sep 2004, 01:33 pm
Tony Thomas
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Default Re: Break light constantly on 98 Integra GSR

There is a sensor on the brake fluid reservoir. If the level is slightly
low it will cause the brake light to come on. Just top it off w/ brake
fluid or unplug one of the wires from the reservoir cap until you can get it
filled up.

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> Suddenly this morning my break light will constantly stay on, then go off,
> then on. I made sure the hand break is NOT up. Any ideas? There was a
> sudden change in weather here but I'm not sure if that would cause this to
> happen.
>
>



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