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Brake (fluid level/distribution) warning light came on with no fault c

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At 65K on MY2002 Targa, my Brake (fluid level/distribution) warning light came on. A check shows no fault codes, so nothing to clear. Had the brake fluid replaced at 60K service. How do I clear out the brake warning light without just pulling out the brake dash light bulb?

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I had it checked out. They could find no fault codes and could not clear them. They suggested it might be a bad level sensor but had no explanation as to why that would not register a fault code.

Do I replace the reserve ware sensor or pull the light bulb?

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I would never remove the bulb - besides I think you LEDs not bulbs.

Check the sender at the fluid tank - take it out of the circuit (disconnect the electrical wires) and test the rest of the circuit by shorting the two wires then opening them and observing the light.

If the short/open test works then it has to be the sensor.

If not then you will likely need a PST2 or PIWIS to troubleshoot the PSM controller and instrument cluster.

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