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What does the red exclamation mark with a circle around it mean on the dash when it lights up on a 1991 Lancer SE?

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2010-04-10 06:25:12
2010-04-10 06:25:12

brake fluid is low in resevoir. I have the same problem, but it's due to a sticky sensor. Either that or your handbrake is on!!

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