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    E-Break light...

    For some reason the indicator light for my emergency break is almost always on while i am driving my car, even when the ebreak isnt engaged. occasionally it will turn off when i press the clutch in, but will usually come back on shortly after that.

    anyone have any ideas what might be causing this? maybe its just an electrical problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by someguy View Post
    For some reason the indicator light for my emergency break is almost always on while i am driving my car, even when the ebreak isnt engaged. occasionally it will turn off when i press the clutch in, but will usually come back on shortly after that.

    anyone have any ideas what might be causing this? maybe its just an electrical problem?
    Check your brake fluid level.

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    I encountered a similar problem. My light would stay on almost all the time but go off for a second when I shifted. I'm running a Cobb Stage 2 on what WAS the stock clutch...aboout 2 weeks after that light came on I ended up smoking the stock. Dunno if you're HP is above stock but even if it isn't make sure brake and other fluid levels are where they should be.
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