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Join Date: May 2005
Location: Miramichi, New Brunswick
Drives: 2005 Taurus SE
Bought with 111,432KM in October of 2012
Rep Power: 36
As mentioned above, check your fluid level. The fluid is sloshing and causes the sensor to trip the light usually. Don't add too much because when you go to replace your pads and have to push the piston back in, brake fluid will overflow from the reservoir.
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