[ROVERNET - UK] 3500s brake light mystery

Gavin.Walker at csiro.au Gavin.Walker at csiro.au
Thu Sep 22 01:35:37 BST 2005

  Have you tried disconnecting the reservoirs?  It's pretty common for
the cork to become saturated and sink a bit.  The warm brake fluid would
have lower density causing them to dip a bit lower.

Gavin Walker
Canberra, Australia

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[mailto:rovernet-bounces at lyris.ccdata.com] On Behalf Of Peter King
Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2005 10:18 AM
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Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] 3500s brake light mystery

Hi all.

My 3500s brake warning light comes on after I've been driving a while 
and the car is good and hot. It flickers as though it is being 
activated by the fluid in the reservoir, but both reservoirs are full. 
I don't have any warning sensors connected to the pads-they're all the 
newer type without them.
After driving for about an hour, the light comes on more steadily, 
sometimes staying on for a few minutes then off again.

Anybody have any idea what might cause this?

Many thanks in advance,


Peter King
Peter King & Company
368 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02210

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