My SUV is the SLE model.
Just replaced my brake pads and rotors on all four wheels yesterday. Bled the system with the vacuum connected to compressor and took the truck for a spin (with no warning lights on DIC). Brake pedal too low and spongy, so I knew there were still bubbles in the system. Instead of connecting the vacuum, I bled the system the two man old fashion way (pump pump pump and hold on the brake pedal). Started the bad boy up and the 'brake light' and 'service brake system' is illuminated on the DIC. Took it for a spin and had full stopping power. Brake engaged at minimal pedal press and was not spongy. The thing is what could have tripped the brake light and service brake system on the DIC? My partner and I was baffled and tried googling if anyone knew how to reset or fix this. We spent about two hours trying to recreate the steps that we could have gone wrong, but everything looked good. Does anyone have a clue. Need help cause this is my wife's ride and will not use it unless I clear the codes.
prior fixes but might be unrelated:
replaced ECBM in 2013 (ECBM repaired by Module Master).
please help. Thanks.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, April 26th, 2017 AT 4:48 PM