Recently I've began noticing a noticeable clunk coming from the rear of the car when braking while in reverse. Seems to only happen when the car is cold, and only the first half dozen stops if I roll or move and intentionally cause it to happen. Hoping it's not an Ebrake shoe issue of a loose liner... Ebrake does work like normal though, so..?
Other issue, also recently upon a cold start and engine has been sitting for several hours or overnight, I'm getting a red triangle upon startup that goes away once the car has begun warming up past about 110F (needle begins moving from the left). I ran VIDA on a run cycle of the occurrence, and got nothing of anything wrong that would be causing it, other than a UEM-0C00 which VIDA says there's no match for that code nor could I find anything online about that code. Car runs totally fine while triangle is red, and there's no Check Engine lamp on during it either.
Last issue, my lock ring light no longer illuminates. This DID cause a VIDA fault of CEM-8D02 "Ignition Lamp and High Mounted Stop Lamps signal too high/signal missing".... Ironically I did have burned out brake light bulb which didn't cause the bulb out dash lamp to light, strange... In any event, replaced the brake light bulb, but the lock ring light is definitely not working. I tried looking up info on it, but found not much on Google. Also doesn't seem to be it's own part either and integrated with the lock ring itself? Can the bulb be replaced itself, and is it a standard bulb, or LED? Could I retrofit it with an LED if it's a standard bulb?
EDIT: Looks like I have my answer to this one here... Appears to be a T3 (or T4?) size bulb like is used in the CCM illumination of which I have plenty of LEDs of and in different colors from when I re-bulbed mine some months ago. Should be an easy enough fix hopefully.