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"Stop" Warning flickering on/off
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Hi chaps, Any ideas as to whats causing the "STOP" warning to flicker on/off? It used to do it occasionally but now its pretty constant...The beeps are driving me mad :lol:

The vans a 2.0 HDI and All fluid levels are fine BTW Smile

Cheers, Pete
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#2
I'd get a friend or a garage with a code reader to have a look and see which faults are being logged.
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#3
Obvious first suspect is the brake fluid level.

It may LOOK OK, but it's really, really finnicky and if it's not at or very near the max level, it's probably that.
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#4
Cheers guys I'll top the brake fluid up anyway can't see it doing any harm! One of the lads I ride pushirons with is an auto electrician so I reckon he'll have a code reader if it carrys on Smile
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#5
When does it flicker? Uphill. Downhill, etc etc
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#6
Used to be downhill, now it's all the time

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#7
Sounds like brake fluid level warning.I keep mine a bit high for that reason.Confusedalut:
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#8
Yup, 'downhill first' is definitely the brake fluid.

At the same time check the master cylinder for traces of moisture.
The vacuum tube that connects to the inlet manifold, and if you can, examine the brakes on all the wheels.
The fluid has to go somewhere...
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#9
It may only be pad wear but a quick look around is a good idea.Confusedalut:
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#10
Topped the fluid up this morning it seems to have sorted it, now to find the leak!

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