Hi bradm2. Welcome to the forum. First, verify the cause of the light being on. Unplug the low fluid switch on the master cylinder reservoir. If the light goes out, fill the fluid or the switch is stuck. Next, unplug the pressure differential valve below the master cylinder. Chrysler's pressure differential valve is spring-loaded but sometimes they get stuck. A good jab on the pedal often releases it. You might also, in rare instances, need to crack open one line on the master cylinder, then have a helper slowly push the pedal until the light goes out, then quickly tighten the line before the pedal is released. A stretched or rusted / sticking parking brake cable can prevent the brake from completely releasing and will also turn the light on. A clue here is the light will get just a little brighter when you apply the parking brake. It will be barely noticeable, but if you see a tiny change in brightness when you apply the parking brake, it isn't the cause of the light being on.
Sunday, May 2nd, 2010 AT 2:27 PM