Point 1. grease up yes the caliper, you will see the piston is incased in rubber, get some proper brake grease from an auto shop, So get a plastic end of a baby spoon (not the end they put in mouth other flat end)or what ever you have like that!!!!, lift the rubber very carefully and smear the grease around the piston, then get the other half to push the pedal down slowly!!, NOT to far as to make the piston pop out!!!.
Make sure you have a G clamp to return the piston in to the caliper, keep doing this 4 or 5 times, until the piston moves in & out freely whilst the other half is pumping .
As for the warning light this will go away once you have remidied the above it should go out, only if you have checked that the sensors are not broken.
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Last edited by marti5; 09-16-2008 at 04:04 PM.