This is a discussion on 09 Brakes/Pads within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by spirited09wrx I live in pa (so it has been very cold) and I have noticed once or ...
Assuming there is no leak, as the pads wear down, the level of brake fluid in the system drops even though the volume of fluid stays the same. If your light is coming on, check for leaks first, then for worn pads. Rarely, the switch may become faulty, but I've only seen that once in my life and I've owned cars for over two decades.
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What tools are needed to change the brake lines and brake pads if anyone can gimme a list that would be great! Thanks!
Each brake manufacturer will have slightly different bedding procedures. Your brake pads should have info with them.