The VDC and SLIP system utilize the brakes to function. If there is an issue with the brakes, they will also give you a warning. The brake warning light does not only tell you that your parking brake is engaged but will also warn you if the fluid level is low.HudsonValleyTitan said:Check your muffler bearings too while your at it! Brake fluid?...ROFLMAO...wow we have a real Nissan mechanic on our hands!
Live and learn, HVT.... This exact thing happened to me when my front brake pads wore down enough. Fortunately, I had read on here what causes it and was not concerned. I didn't add more fluid to the brake reservoir as it would just need to come back out when I did the brakes. Replacement of the brakes, new full-thickness pads pushing the caliper pistons back, brought the fluid level back up where it needed to be. No more light.HudsonValleyTitan said:Check your muffler bearings too while your at it! Brake fluid?...ROFLMAO...wow we have a real Nissan mechanic on our hands!
Don't sweat it. If it wasn't for this forum and guys like you, I would've got rid of my Titan long ago. With memebers here taking the time to explain what going on with our trucks, it made my life easier dealing with the dealer service department. I can't recall how many times I printed the fix for my dealer who did not know what's going on. The last one I had to print the Aux fan TSB for him because he said that he was not aware of any issues with the aux fan ratteling.HudsonValleyTitan said:Oh crap! Don't I feel like an A-hole then! My apologies to you Titanguru.....looks like I need to pay more attention here...lol.