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This is a discussion on Parking brake light comes on with moderate acceleration. within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I recently changed all pads, front rotors, SS brake lines and brake fluid on my 08 STI. I have about ...

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    Parking brake light comes on with moderate acceleration.

    I recently changed all pads, front rotors, SS brake lines and brake fluid on my 08 STI. I have about 2k on the new brake parts. When ever I accelerate about 75% throttle the parking brake light will come on, though no other symptoms occur. Any comments on why this happens or has this happened to you?
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    Check the fluid level in the reservoir. If it is low, top up and double check all connections on the lines for leaks.
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    Thanks, I will.
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