I have 1994 Continental R and I have a brake pressure problem (I think).
I got the car about 10 months ago and it always took a few mins before the engine turned over as the checks were done, but this delay has got steadily worse.
The warning lights BRAKE and STOP illuminate, the BRAKE PRESSURE warning light flashes continually and the car refuses to start; sometimes after 4 or 5 minutes the engine does start but the warning lights don't always go out. Of course, in that case I don’t drive it. I have checked the reservoirs and they both seem fine with high levels of oil and I can see no leaks.
It would seem that the low pressure is preventing the car from starting, is this correct and can anyone suggest a course of action to fix the problem please?
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
http://www.flyingspares.com/forum/viewt ... =11&t=1186