Nissan Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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If brakes and brake fluid are okay the next step is to check for malfunction codes .
You need to get hooked up to a diagnostic scan tool and have the system's checked for malfunction codes .
Most common issue for the warning lights is for one of the wheel speed sensors to fail .
If no codes its very possible that the float sensor in the brake master cylinder has malfunctioned .
A good scan and live date check will help diagnose this issue if no speed sensor malfunction codes are found .
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Yes as said master cylinder float sensor .
If this is stuck in the upper position or the magnet sensor fails .