I know this topic has come up before but I'm a little confused.
The 'handbrake on light' is lighting up intermittently dependent on the level of the car..uphill it goes off, downhill its on, as it is with hard acceleration. So I guess it's the brake fluid level..normally the advice here it to check the pads and NOT to top up brake fluid. But I had all the pads / discs replaced with OE items only a few months ago so I am sure that the pads are OK.
The only recent change is that I've put my money where my mouth is and bought a runaround motor, leaving the 155 for weekend pleasures only!, its been doing very few miles over the last couple of weeks and this is when the problem started, Brakes work fine, fluid level is below 'MAX' but no 'MIN' level that I can see to compare with.
Shall I just top it up to 'MAX' and keep an eye on it?...?related to low use of the car in some way??..
will give it a go but to be honest the light only comes on when the car is at at incline or i stop sharply which i believe is affecting the brake fluid level and setting off the sensor...
raj look to the clutch slave cylinder, the seals may have gone. It is located under the battery on top of the gearbox. Squeeze the rubber boot, if it has fluid in it the seals are shot. Also you may see a pool of fluid on top of the gearbox. Good news it is a doddle to change