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yaeger

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23 posts

72 months

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One last spin up the hills and the morning cost me a DSC Fault light with Master Caution :-( amber display which I believe effects ABS also, at least it felt like it and then back on the motorway a Master Warning :-( RED emergency brake assist fail display. My P&J is now off the road for winter months at which case I will then get it sorted but hope its at least driveable to the dealer, The Red emergency brake assist in red is now intermittent so do I attempt it or not?????
One other thing I found last year after a few months of parked up with Parking brake set was park brake light remained on or brake did'nt properly release so I out looking for chocks or breeze blocks .

Edited by yaeger on Wednesday 3rd October 18:14


Edited by yaeger on Wednesday 3rd October 18:15

Johnfrancis

370 posts

34 months

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Had the same on mine, was a brake balance sensor, cost about £90 .safe to drive to dealer

F1 NDW

983 posts

30 months

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It's never a good idea to leave the handbrake on for extended periods of time. Just leave it in gear or Park.

Little Donkey

1,124 posts

25 months

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F1 NDW said:
It's never a good idea to leave the handbrake on for extended periods of time. Just leave it in gear or Park.
+1 Tend to leave mine in reverse in a flat garage as the brakes can bind.

Murph7355

10,284 posts

140 months

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Little Donkey said:
+1 Tend to leave mine in reverse in a flat garage as the brakes can bind.
+2

I hardly ever use the handbrake.

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Good Soil (Pete)

541 posts

145 months

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Murph7355 said:
+2

I hardly ever use the handbrake.
I heard you only use it to get your doughnuts started in Sainsbury's car park....

MichaelV8V

542 posts

145 months

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That's for FWD

All we need to do is turn steering wheel, press right foot firmly, straighten steering. Wait until everyone impressed. Release right foot
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