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When replacing the master cylinder on my '07 Merc GM, is there anything I need to know other than to bench bleed the master cylinder and bleed and flush all the wheel cylinders? I'm doing this because I get the brake problem light on the dash whenever I do a fairly hard stop (not enough for wheel slippage). The light will never come on after I'm stopped, no matter how hard I push the brake. BTW, this car has anti-lock brakes. Any other ideas for me to me to look into?
 

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Had a few different cars with similar fault and was caused by brake fluid reservoir level down and fluid moving under braking triggering light . Might / might not apply on your vehicle . But worth checking before you get too involved .
 

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Had a few different cars with similar fault and was caused by brake fluid reservoir level down and fluid moving under braking triggering light . Might / might not apply on your vehicle . But worth checking before you get too involved .
Had a few different cars with similar fault and was caused by brake fluid reservoir level down and fluid moving under braking triggering light . Might / might not apply on your vehicle . But worth checking before you get too involved .
I hadn't thought about that. It appeared to have plenty but I changed the master cylinder before I saw your post. I haven't checked it out because the roads are bad and the weather is rally crappy here. Thanks for the reply.
 
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