If you break pedal is pulsing but is not soft or spongy, that sounds like the rotors on your truck are warped and they need to be turned. My suggestion would be take your truck to a local brake shop and have them take a look.
Are service brake lines and control brake lines the same thing on an air brake system?
The service brake is the one which applies the brakes - the emergency brake system is the system which releases the spring brakes. ...
Asked in Science, Brake Pads and Rotors
Why is it important to check your brake fluid?
Your brake fluid is how the brake system converts mechanical force of your foot on the brake pedal, into hydraulic force that applies your brakes. Without fluid, your hydraulic brakes will not function. ...
Where can I find a Diagram of rear brake assembly 1964 Chevy pickup?
How do I release the frozen brakes on the drum of a 1965 Chevy 3/4 ton pickup ...
Asked in Nissan
How do you change the rear brake pads on a 1997 Nissan 4WD Pickup?
Brake pads? I have a 1997 Nissan 4 WD pickup and it has rear drum brakes. I didn't know they ever came with pads in the rear. ...
Asked in Dodge D100, Dodge Power Wagon, Dodge Ram
Why do my front brakes keep locking up on a 1984 Dodge pickup?
it is possible that your brake hoses are bad and soft not letting the brake fluid back out of your calipers ...
Why does car shake when applying brakes even though front and rear brakes rotors and drums were replaced shakes when pulling emergency brake as well bearings and tires are good?
Good question. You may have an antilock brake circuit that is not sensing the brakes correctly and improperly correcting. Anti lock pulses the brakes when you apply them. I don't know if this is perfected or not. ...
Asked in Toyota Trucks and SUVs
How do you change the front brakes on a 1991 Toyota pickup truck?
changing front brake pads on 1991 Toyota truck
Asked in Auto Parts and Repairs
What damage can be done driving with the emergency brake?
It can wear out your rear brakes prematurely if you do it for a long distance because the emergency brake pedal/handle just applies constant pressure on the rear brakes as if you were putting your foot on the brake pedal. It also kills your gas mileage. ...
How do you use the automobile brake system?
Well the automobile brake systems starts with the pedal that is under your dash, when you apply pressure to that pedal it interns applies pressure to the brakes. ...
Asked in Honda Accord, Honda Accord EX, Honda Accord LX
Is the back brakes on a 1994 Honda accord the main brake?
No, most of the stopping is performed by the front brakes. But Honda uses a braking system that applies the rear brakes first. For this reason the rear brakes on some Hondas will wear out first. ...
Asked in Chevy Silverado
Why does Brake warning light stay on in a 93 Chevy pickup?
brake proportioning valve is reading a problem for the brakes you can bleed rear brakes they might have air in them chck you rear wheel cyl. or unplug the wire to the valve near the master cyl. ...
Asked in Honda Passport
What would cause the brake pedal to pump when brakes are applied ina 2000 Honda passport?
Your vehicle is equipped with abs and anti lock brakes, when applied hard enough the system interprets it as a panic stop and pulses the brakes to prevent lock up and skidding. ...
Why do you need front brakes?
The front brakes on any vehicle do most of the stopping. When you apply the brakes the weight shifts to the front of the vehicle. For this reason the front brakes are needed more than the rear. Try stopping a vehicle with just the hand brake which applies only the rear brakes. ...
Asked in Brakes and Tires
Can you use your parking brake if your brakes fail?
Yes, but know that your parking brake on applies your rear brakes. For this reason it is very easy to cause your vehicle to slide sideways when applying only the rear brakes. Also the fact that your parking brake will lock due to the indents, you must use it wisely in an emergency. It also will take quite a long distance to stop any vehicle with the parking brake only. ...
Asked in Dodge Ram
Pictures of rear didc brakes on 2994 ram 1500 pickup?
Left Rear brake sticks at first in morning on 1998 ram 1500
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
What will happen if you ride the brake pedal or do not release the parking brake on a forklift?
You will wear out the brakes prematurely and you may also overheat the brakes and experience brake fade (no or poor brakes). ...
Asked in Chevy Silverado
How do you change rear brake pads on a 2003 Chevy silverado 4 wheel drive pickup truck?
How do you change brakes on 2003 Silverado Pick Up?
Asked in Nissan Trucks and SUVs
Why do your front brakes lockup on your 91 Nissan pickup truck?
brake calibers might need replacing,the pistons might be getting stuck,its easy to replace. ...
Asked in Auto Parts and Repairs, Brakes and Tires
What wheels does the parking brake effect?
The Parking Brake has a couple of configurations, on some vehicles with rear disc brakes it will press the inside pad of the caliper and squeeze the pad against the brake rotor to engage, some vehicles have a small set of brake shoes inside the rear rotor hub which press against the hub and prevent it from turning when the brake lever is engaged. On vehicles with rear drum brakes, the parking brake causes the rear brake shoe on either side...