I'm assuming that one of your brake lights is not working , if this is a message being displayed in your Explorer
check you brake fluid level.
i must recomend that you check th fuse located under the hood that says something bout running lamps
ABS stands for Anti-locking Brake System. The warning lets you know that something may be wrong with the ABS. Generally, this means there is a problem with a sensor. It may not be serious, but it always is a good idea to have a mechanic check brake issues.
Check your brake fluid level.
I am thinking you mean the light that says brake on the dash, check you parking brake handle, if it is not going down all the way it will come on, also there is a switch there to detect the brake handle, this may need adjustment. Secondly, the brake fluid reservoir will trigger this light when the fluid is low.
check your brake fluid and if that's ok your brake pads'Answer:If the light says "Brake Lamp", it means you have a tail light bulb that needs to be replaced.
The way to check the level of your brake fluid is to remove the cap on the brake fluid reservoir and read the dipstick. There may also just be a line on the reservoir that says 'Full.' If your brake fluid does not reach that level, add type DOT 3 brake fluid.
It usually means that your e brake is on. I noticed it comes on when your fluid is low. Before topping off check your pads because if they are low the extra fluid will shoot all over your engine when you do change them.
If it says 'Brake Light Failure' or similar, your brake light is out. change the bulb.
it mean that he never want to brake up with you and that he wants to be with you forever......
if he says that and then says the magic word "but"it means hge not trying to hurt you but he really dose want yto brake up with you
To check the brake fluid level on a 99 Subaru Forester, you need to open the hood and locate the brake fluid reservoir. This is located on the master cylinder. There will either be a dipstick in the reservoir, or a line embossed on the side that says 'full.' If needed, add DOT 3 brake fluid.