check brake light on the dash is on and it wont stop dinging. the brake fluid is full

Asked by Aug 31, 2012 at 05:52 PM about the 1992 Buick LeSabre

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

brake fluid is full

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Try disconnecting battery for about 5 minutes and the reconnect it and see if alarm clears if not look in to getting it checked by a certified mechanic.

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7,535

clean the leads to the switch on the fluid reservoir. maybe it is oxided or oily.

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also... be sure not to fill all the way full. it needs a .25" gap from the rubber seal.

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34,655

Its the parking break sensor unplug it it dings because its telling you to release the brake. Come on with these answers guys.

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34,655

You might have to jump the plug with a wire not sure whether it makes contact on engage or disengage.

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I have did all of that and it still comes on

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my break light keeps coming on it does it when I push on the gas or break it started doing it when I had to pull out really fast

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My brake light is on but it is not dinging. Is this a signal of a different type?

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my brakes are shot and I'm just trying to turn the signal off

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