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Why would a 1990 Chevy S10 parking brake sensor flash even though the parking brake is off?

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2006-01-13 01:26:17
2006-01-13 01:26:17

You might have an ABS problem or a problem with the brake master cylinder. Check the fluid level in the brake reservoir.

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