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Old 12-22-2003, 12:55 PM
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I would pull a wheel and take a look.

After your brake light first comes on, you have plenty of time to line up parts, tools, etc. If I understand correctly, the light will eventually go out and this does not mean your brakes are suddenly healed but that the sensor is now totally gone.

I was a complete novice when I did my front rotors and brakes. A very simple but dirty job that you can do for about $150. Anywhere else, it will be $500+.

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