1999 Ford Taurus. Parking brake "on" indicator just started to stay
on. Parking brake is not on of course. Have tried to reset indicator
by putting PB on then releasing, no joy there. Indicator turns off
when regular brakes are applied. Any ideas on a fix or where to look
[This followup was posted to alt.autos.ford and a copy was sent to the
1: Verify the parking brake is FULLY released. Pull on it to make
certain it is all the way up.
2: Check the brake fluid level. On some cars, a low level will trigger
the Brake light. Low fluid could also mean your disc brake pads are
nearly worn out and due for a change.
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