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I have a 2005 sebbring convertible touring my brake light has been coming on on occasion when I make a right hand turn only. No grabbing to the right when braking nor any difference noticed while braking. Could it be just a sensor or something else.

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Amy Mattinat, Owner and Author at Auto Craftsmen Ltd It could be the sensor. But, it could be something else. There is no way to tell until a professional does a brake diagnosis. You should never hesitate to have your brakes checked out with any brake problems. I recommend you take it to the shop!

Jamey Wozniak, Owner and CEO at Joe's Hitch, Trailer & Truck Accessories Brakes are a serious issue.  If you are getting a brake light on you are either low on fluid or have a potential brake failure - get it fixed ASAP.

Lori Johnson, Owner and Instructor at Ladies Start Your Engines It sounds like the sensor in your brake master cylinder reservoir. Open the hood and check the level of the brake fluid. If the fluid is low you need to have your brakes inspected. The light on the dash is your indicator that your brakes may be getting low and need to be serviced. If the brakes are good you may have a leak in your brake system. 

Patty Streeter,  at AskPatty.com Check your brake fluid level this will cause the brake light to come on intermittently if it is low. Is might also be an electrical short. Your vehicle might still be under warranty. Take it to an authorized Chrysler dealership for a complete inspection and diagnosis.

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