It's giving a code out, they're called lfc's, lamp flash codes, count the flashes, they're sent in two groups, example code 32 would be: flash flash flash. Pause. Flash flash, it may do that a few times before staying steady. Also count the flashes, it could be giving more then one code, 32, 33, whatever, these code #'s are just examples. Resetting the light will not do anything if the issue still exists, if it fixes itself, the light will turn off on it's own after a pre-determined number of keystarts or warm-up cycles. Those parts you replaced, especially the clutch could have been abused by the former owner, or just failed. Emergency brake, is that the cable? They tend to stick and bind within the cable housing.
Friday, March 16th, 2007 AT 6:35 PM