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2009-01-05 03:20:42

HI, Question, where the Lights on before you bled the brakes? or did they come on only after you bled the brakes? Please let me know, Ben (Benny the BomB) ________________________________________________________________ on some cars the antilock brakes throw a code so all you haft to do is clear the code.As for the parking brake it may need to be adjusted so just pull on it a couple times. it is self adjusting ou shouldent haft to adjust it were it splits unde the car or something els is seriosly wrong.

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