brake defective keep popping up but I got my pads changed

Asked by May 02, 2016 at 09:55 PM about the 2003 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 320

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Brake light keep coming on but I got my brakes
changed I got my fuel pump changed today cause
a guy at the shop told me that's what it was but
when I put my car in drive it takes off slow and I
have the peddle to the ground then it picks up after
word but when I stop it does the same thing can
someone help me

4 Answers


For the brake light check the brake fluid level if it is low you may have a leak somewhere in the system also check the emergency brake and make sure it is fully disengaged as far as vehicle taking off slow from a stop change air filter and fuel filter if he did not change it when the pump was replaced.

My break fluid was full at one point but somehow it was empty ..but I did not get the filters changed

But would the filters be the reason why it's taken off slow??



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