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    Registered Member One Ring
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    A4 B6 Brake light on Dash blinking Help!

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    Hello , I was wondering if someone can assist me , last week I had my brake fluid flushed and replaced with the original dot 4 , the previous fluid was corroded so thats why I decided to get it replaced, the biggest mistake is that I took it to pep boys, I wanted to flush the fluid myself but I dont have a garage, I was furious to learn that they sucked out the fluid instead of let it gravity drain normally, anyway, after they “finished “ the job the same light that remains steady when the park brake is up, is now blinking constantly. I took it back complaining and these guys dont know what they are doing , they told me it was the brake fluid level sensor which I replaced , and it is still doing it . The odb doesnt present any errors , does any one have any idea what it could be?, brakes and abs work fine, but light is blinking non stop on dashboard, thanks in advance.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings imnuts's Avatar
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    Dirty Jerz

    Low on brake fluid or the car thinks the parking brake is engaged.

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    Senior Member Three Rings
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    As said above...remain calm.

    I had a slow leak in my slave cylinder that eventually showed itself.

    Just add proper fluid and monitor it.

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