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If your brake light is on, service your brakes. I went too long and sherred a pad off and damaged a piston. Now I am looking at a caliper rebuild. The brake pad was missing and the piston was grinding on the rotor. Now I can't have my car for the weekend as there are no parts locally.
 

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FAT,
Your brake light was on in April for 2 months, its now July! So you went like...5 months... with the brake light on? :naughty:

At what point did the screeching metal on metal sound become too much to bear anymore?

"I just picked up my rover from the 45K mile service, I need my rear brakes done the light has been on for 2 months now. I have 2MM left. I need new rear rotors, new rear pads and the sensor. the dealer said $550.00"
 

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I had no brake light when my emergency brake decided to lock up the other day on the freeway at 70mph. Dealer fixed it (3 months ago) now back in for drum replacement on both rear wheels because the brakes were vibrating badly when applied. No early warning light for either problem! :?
 
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