1994 Oldsmobile 88 Automatic
Me and a friend replaced the Master Brake cylinder on the oldsmobile and flushed the brakes after. After we were done the brakes feel a lot better. Well now the brake light is stuck on and after I try to drive car a continuous beeping sound starts. In the instructions it said we needed a Tech 1 or equivalent scan tool but we didnt think we needed it. I have gotten 3 different solutions to fix but the beeping noise and always on e-brake light but havent tried any of them yet. They are 1) Use Scan Tool to Reset computer system to turn off e-brake light. 2) Flush all brake fluid and/or bleed brakes and 3) improper installation so take to shop. What do I do? There was air in my brakes before we started and my brakes felt spongy. Now they feel great so I dont know what I need to do. I know its something with the brake system warning light but I dont know what to do
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Monday, March 15th, 2010 AT 3:00 PM