There may be a sensor located near the E brake lever that is stuck or the E brake needs adjustment so that the sensor reads the position of the release lever properly. If the E brake light is only half as bright as normal it indicates that you may be low on brake fluid in the reservoir or that the small plunger in the reservoir that drops as fluid level decreases is actually stuck down on the sensor inside the reservoir. Would be a good idea to get brake fluid renewed and check inside brake reservoir to ensure the small disk shaped plunger is floating at the right level with the fluid also being at the right level. If fluid is low, check brakes for excessive wear as they may need replacing.
Normally that light is an indication there is a problem with the brake system and MOST of the time that is low on brake fluid. There is a possibility (though remote) there is a problem with the switch on the emergency brake pedal.
The 1994 Toyota Camry emergency brake light switch can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The emergency brake light switch will be beneath the far left hand side of the dashboard.
it means your emergency brake, or hand brake is set. if the brake is released, check cables and sensor. could also be the switch or sensor.
The dashboard brake light usually indicates a differential pressure malfunction between the two sides of the master cylinder, or that the emergency brake is on. Check the emergency brake, then check the master cylinder. You may need to bleed the brakes. You may need to reset the master cylinder, although they usually reset by themselves.
A stock emergency brake, on a Chevrolet truck, can be released by manually disengaging the emergency brake. This can be accomplished by loosening the tension nut on the brake.
The e-brake cable(s) could be stuck.
If your ABS emergency brake light and the track control light show up on the dashboard, you are having a brake problem.
You need brake fluid
The release handle is right above the parking brake pedal underneath the dashboard on left side.
If you mean the brake light in your dashboard, it means that you have your emergency break on while the car is on.
Push the brake pedal to released.
Check Brake fluid level in master cylinder and make sure Emergency brake is fully released
I'd check the sensor for the emergency brake. It's probably faulty.
parking, or emergency brake
cut the wire
Your emergency brake is to tight on the back brakes, which is not allowing the ABS to work properly. that's why both lights are on. Good Luck
There is an electircal switch that 'senses' when the emergency brake lever is applied and lights a warning light on the dashboard to keep you from driving in this condition. This switch may be faulty or out of adjustment, causing the warning light on the dashboard to turn on.
Low brake fluid in master cylinder? Parking brake not fully released?
The 2001 Kia emergency brake can be adjusted with the emergency brake adjustment bolt. The adjustment bolt will be on the emergency brake pad.
Either the brake fluid in the reservoir is low (most cars have a fluid level sensor in the reservoir) because you need new brake pads, or maybe the emergency brake cable is not adjusted properly. Try putting your foot under the emergency brake pedal and pulling up.
Could be something as simple as the brake fluid level being too low, to the emergency brake not being fully released.The Owners Manual will have more specifics.See "Related Questions" below for more
Replace emergency brake cable Secure emergency brake pedal in its upper most position (released)
Loose contacts or your sensor may be stuffed - see an auto electrician
How do you reset dashboard brake light on vw passat
Press down the button on the dashboard of your 1999 VW Cabrio in order to put the top down. There is no need to use the emergency brake, other than to keep your car from moving.