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Unread 01-20-2011, 08:56 PM   #1
PaintFlatBlack
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Check Gauge Light and loss of brake pressure

So I was driving to work and I noticed my check gauge light turned on while driving on the HWY. As soon I came to a stop sign and applied the brakes the brake pedal went to the floor. Pulled over. Turned Jeep off to check the brake fluid. Levels were normal. Started Jeep again and brakes were working as normal with gauge light off. Can anyone shed light on what might have caused this? air bubble? Leak in brake line? Brake Pump? Thanks guys!

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