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Washout said:
Thanks kwilford,:D

I'll give that a try tonight, appreciate the help guys.

If you get this fixed let us know.
I've been dealing with the same situation for the last 4 months and the light still "on" ... after many (lost count) bleeding attempts!

At this point, in my case, I suspect a "faulty" MC (which I got from NAPA) .

Good luck!
 

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caldwell-kid said:
On my kadette the red light is the alternator indicator, I do not know if this is the same for all cars. but you might want to check your alternator.
Not the case on a GT ... the red light indicator is for the brakes.

BTW, I did try cleaning/checking the switch unit itself and it works as designed.

Did you rebuild the original MC or bought one (rebuilt) from NAPA?
 

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Marc said:
I bought a rebuilt MC from OGTS.

If you haven't done this already, It may be the rubber brake hoses. I was told not to change only 1 or 2 hoses, but to always change all 3 due to the different pressure on the insides of an old hose vs a new hose.

It did the trick on mine & my brakes feel like new (cause they are!)
Marc
I replaced all 3 rubber hoses + new lines, still have the light on!
My MC was from NAPA, shoud've stayed with OGTS :mad:
 
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