Well.. I'd like to think I'm making fairly decent progress getting those few little niggles sorted on my car, but have now come across a small warning light issue
Noticed a red warning light on the dash, checked the manual and it says it is the brake warning light. Opened the bonnet and the sensor that plugs into the brake fluid on the top right part of the engine compartment is completely loose and out of its rightful position in the plug housing that sits on top of the brake fluid screw top lid.
Tried just plugging it back in but it doesn't 'lock' in place - not sure if that is right or not?
Reconnected it and then restarted the car but the warning light is still on. Having checked previous threads I know the sensor is sensitive to the brake fluid level but this looks well topped up to me.
I'm pretty sure it just must be a dodgy connection rather than a bigger safety issue as the brakes work perfectly.
So, my question is what is the best course of action. Should I cut off the existing sensor and re-solder it back on to ensure the connection is sound or perhaps should I get a new 'lid' to the brake fluid container that will have a new sensor housing attached?
As always all thoughts very much appreciated