General Motors Service Brakes Soon on Dash – DIC – GMC Trucks – Bundys Garage



The service brakes soon light is illuminated on the dash of this 2007 General Motors Suburban. I wish I could say that I fixed but in the end I believe it was the brake module that has failed and causing the light on the dash.

Owner states he has not noticed any difference in the way the brake pedal “feels” and the light come on right after the engine is started. It does not need to drive for the light to come on.

I topped off the brake fluid reservoir (DOT 3) and that did not shut the light off. Also cleaned the ground wire for the brake module and I thought that would do it but no such luck.

So in the end I believe it is the brake module that has failed and need to be replaced.

Sorry I could not fix the problem in the video but it will give you a baseline of what needs to happen.

Music by Randall Kent: As seen on NCIS

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