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Old 03-17-2014, 08:46 PM   #1
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Today I noticed that the red light by the not in park or brake indicator light was on while driving. I don't think it is normally on while driving. Everything works correctly. Can anyone confirm whether their panel shows same thing.
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If your brake is not applied the light should be off, does you brake release completely?

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Originally Posted by 007";1972348]If your brake is not applied the light should be off, does you brake release completely?

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Brakes release without problem. May be a ground issue with light. I will give hwh a call to see what they have to say. Drove 765 miles today no other issue other than light.
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