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  • kiawah 02/16/08 9:43 am PST

    I don't know specifically for the Jetta, but typically can be that you lost a sensor signal from each of the wheels (detects wheel rotation, and feeds that back to a computer which is looking for differences amongst the wheels), could be low fluid level in the brake resevoir, some vehicles have sensors in the brake pads which trigger the light when the brake pad is worn down and about to hit metal on metal.

    Get your vehicle looked at.


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