You will need the original service manual for that problem. By the time you
search through the manuals and replace parts, it will be cheaper to have it
diagnosed at the shop. There are certain things us do-it-yourselfers can't
do anymore since the diagnostic tools are prohibitively expensive.
You need a good manual, a good digital volt ohm meter ( and know how to use
it ). The system is easy to diagnose and does not need a scan tool, but with out
the manual and good electrical schematic you are farting in the wind.On the very
simple side, do your brake lights work?
yes the brake light work , it started by blinking , on and off it when off
when i press the pedal , but after a month or so it is always on , and i hab
my brake so they are all new , and bleeded , so is there something else to
check , i'll try to get a manual to check the circuit
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