Last post on Jan 16, 2012 at 3:49 PM
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Subaru Forester, Brakes
#2 of 4 Re: Subaru Forester Emergency Brake Light [danigirlcc]
Jan 15, 2012 (7:05 am)
Your brake fluid is probably low. The most likely reason is your front and/or rear brake pads are worn.
1) Check the brake fluid.
2) Have your brake pads checked.
Question? Was it very cold last night? The fluid sensor seems to be more sensitive in very cold weather.
#3 of 4 Re: Subaru Forester Emergency Brake Light [dcm61]
Jan 15, 2012 (9:13 am)
Thank you, that is what I suspected; it was cold last night (coldest night so far- below freezing). I'll check it out- thanks for the help!
#4 of 4 Re: Subaru Forester Emergency Brake Light [danigirlcc]
Jan 16, 2012 (3:49 pm)
If that doesn't help, check your parking brake again - push the button in and make sure the handle is all the way down. One click will bring on the light, but not be enough resistance to notice.