Answer 1 Check mastercylinder brake fluid reservoir to make sure it's full. Although I'm not familiar with your make and model. the cause which you ask about is probably as alluded to in the above previous answer, in that the brake fluid reservoir is low on fluid. Many later model vehicles have a low fluid level sensor in the brake fluid reservoir which triggers the warning light in the instrument panel in order to remind the driver to have the brake system checked. When the fluid level gets down to just abovethe "trigger" level, although the light generally stays "off," sloshing of the fluid during movement of the vehicle can cause to light to turn on and off intermittently.j3h.
mine did that to. my bf had to take off the dash board and test the circuit board but it may be different for u. call a auto store and ask them.
It is under the dash board ... to the left of the steering column behind the little door panel.
there will be a small button below the gear shift stick.... on the stick itself.. just click that button.....
run a wire from battery positive to an inline fuse, then to a switch that you have to install in your dash. from the switch to the lights, then to ground. turn on switch, lights should work.
under the drivers side dash board, and under the hood on the drivers side right behind the battery.
There is a fuse panel on the left lower dash board behind a door pull the door open then remove the door you will see the panel there. There are some extra fuses there also.
What is lane in driving
No. The little yellow bird on the bulletin board is just an indicator that there are new messages on the board.
oil indicator (oil jug) break ( ! ) water in sump (another oil jar) signals Timming belt ( this will only when it need to repair) battery that only I can remember
driving tool is something that you drive in a board or anything to make a hole
how do you fix the clock on a 2003 toyota corolla s series dash board
Service it ;)
In the da board
a yellow light shows up on the dash board on my 2008 Toyota Corolla
The Brake Wear Indicator Light means your brakes are malfunctioning, worn out, or low on fluid and you need to get them fixed. If the indicator is caused be worn pads, then the wear sensor has worn through and must be replaced - it's not repairable. After the problem has been corrected, reset the indicator by turning the ignition key to position #2 (just before engine start position) but do not start the engine and wait for less than 60 seconds. The on-board computer will automatically check the sensor condition and reset the indicator if no fault exists. (Note that starting the car and even driving it may not allow the indicator to reset.)
beneath the dash board in the glove compartment
Under the dash board, exactly in the middel. You need to remove the dash board compleately to get to it.
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yes it is because your not changing the substance :)
only 2 things can cause this. The most likely is that it is overheating... a lot the least likely is that the indicator is faulty or the wrong type.
This is a pressure sensitive switch that controls the oil pressure indicator (light or gauge) on the dash board in the vehicle
That is the check engine light.