Man, I have become like a step child on here lately, having to get you techs to bail me out.
Okay, here's my latest problem. As you know we have had some very cold weather lately, esp. here in Louisiana. The last few nights it has got down to 20*-23* with a real feel of 6*-10*. Today I had to stop at WM to set up my new Medicare Part D plan. The temperature at 9:30 AM was a balmy 24*. Upon leaving WM, I got in my truck, started it, turned on the heater, and sat there for a few minutes to look over my new WM meds. Out the corner of my eye I saw the red brake light warning symbol come on, on the dash. I pushed the brake pedal, which felt normal (very firm as always) and the light went out immediately when I started to to push the pedal. I always keep an eye on my fluids, but I did get out and checked it to be sure that no one was mad at me and cut my lines.
All was good. Okay you smart techs, can you please search your craniums and possibly tell me why that light came on?
I'm thinking one of 2 things;
1) The cold weather might have something to do with it?
2) That ABS sensor above the differential might be going bad?
Thanks gentlemen, as usual. (And, any lady techs as well)
Oh, BTW, I had my brake fluid flushed about a year and a half ago by my cousin. It was dirty.