95 Chevy Tahoe no rear brakes but have hard peddel?
95 Chevy Tahoe no rear brake have hard peddel bleed all the lines when i disconcet front line to abs i have rear brakes concet front line i have no rear but have front is my abs valve screwed up
I have a 1998 Tahoe 117000+ miles on it. Had the trans rebuilt around 80k but I do a lot of towing also. Just took it in for an oil change, hoses, antifreeze and all the regular wear items, that ran about 650. Seeing as we just up graded from a pop up camper to a 23' 4500LB hard side camper I hope this lasts another 100K. I do go through brakes on this like…
If your brakes lights are not working and all of your other lights are OK try replacing your "brake stop switch". You may have to have either your local auto shop or local dealer replace the switch because it's hard to do yourself. I had the same problem on my Tahoe and replacing the brake stop switch solved it right away.
Heres what to do there are two screws on the top and bottom of the brake caliber you unscrew the srews and take the brake caliber off, then use a c-clap to push the plunger like thing back then replace the brakes and rescrew the screws. when all of that is done then you must press on the brake pad until hard so the new brakes ccan realigne themselfs.
What would cause a 1996 Chevy Tahoe to start hard randomly misfire on the right bank 1 3 5 7 and idle rough?
Why would the rear brakes of a 1996 Chevy Corsica engage very hard with the slightest touch of the brake pedal?
The rear brakes are called a dual servo brake system... it uses one shoe to activate the other in a braking situation. When the rear brakes are over adjusted the slightest touch of the brake pedal will cause them to engage. what is actually happening is your rear brakes are engaging before the fronts even get close. You need to either back off the adjusters yourself if you know how or take it to a…
Whats wrong when your brake pedal goes all the way to the floor and its real hard to stop in a 1990 Chevy caprice classic?
If your vehicle has abs brakes, just apply the brakes hard and steer away from danger. If the vehicle does not have abs brakes, try to apply the brakes without locking up the wheels and going into a skid then steer away from danger. If you lock up the brakes and go into a skid you will lose control of your steering.
Replacving a master cylinder is usually pretty straight forward. Remove the brake lines, unbolt/remove the master cylinder, Re-install in reverse order. The hard part is bleeding the new master cylinder/brakes once you put it on. Caution: Your life depends on your brakes. If you're not sure you can do it right... don't. Get someone to help you.