this light poped up today my break fluid was low and i filled it up but my breaks didnt improve but i kept driving when i got home i checked my break fluid again and it was totally empty im not sure what to do never had a car before its a buck park avanue ultra 1999

Asked by Candice May 07, 2019 at 05:54 PM about the 1999 Buick Park Avenue

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

this light poped up today my break fluid was low and i filled it up but my breaks
didn't improve but i kept driving when i got home i checked my break fluid again
and it was totally empty im not sure what to do never had a car before  so i
have no clue what to do

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If your brake system has a fault like the low level sensor gets triggered itll automatically disable traction control. fill it up with brake fluid and pump up the brakes and hold it down. if the pedal starts to sink u have a leak. check the inside of the wheels and ull prolly find it

Your gas gauge is all the way around as well. There is. YouTube video that shows how to use a magnet to get that back around and working again. Takes less than 5 minutes - I just fixed ours on a 2001 Buick Park Ave and could not believe how easy and quick the fix is.

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