Tuesday, February 8, 2011


I got a brake light constantly on. So I am sort of trapped at home and preoccupied with trying to get around. This is not easy when I already have a strong case of cabin fever. I may try to drive my truck anyway today. Keep your fingers crossed for me. I am not trying to kill anybody...just trying to survive.


frijolitofarmer said...

Check your brake fluid. For some reason, the brake fluid in both our vehicles was low recently. I'm wondering if it has something to do with the cold. Anyway, I added fluid and the brake light in the car went away and the brakes work fine now. Truck brakes are still awfully mushy, like there's air in the line, but they work.

skymetalsmith said...

That was the first thing I did Wayne. I went and bought some brake fluid and filled up the master cylinder. Still the light stays on. Piper is having it towed to his shop so he can bleed the brakes and see if there is a hole in the brake line. I looked for a leak and can not find one...so it is beyond my limited understanding.