A rubber burning smell and smoke near your two front tires could be the result of sticking calipers. The brake line could also be the cause of the burning smell.
Even though the brakes were recently changed, I would have the brakes taken apart and inspected. Something may have gone wrong.
Check your park brake. Did you leave it on?
mine did the same thing and would not stop until i changed the brake lines also, then it stoped.
I advise you to perform a careful examination of your car's brake system.
if you are talking about brake as in like fourwheeler brakes or car brakes the rubber part would be called the brake pad
If a calliper is "hanging", it could be causing the brake pads to press against the rotor and overheat the brakes. You may want to see if the calliper is dragging.
Yes, it is normal, as the tyre, due to friction, becomes hot and so, the burn smell comes out of it.
You can not use rubber fuel lines to replace the current brake lines due to the high operating pressure. You will need to replace them with brake lines, the rubber brake lines has a different construction to hold the pressure and not getting eaten away by the brake fluid, brake lines can hold over 2000psi when the pedal is heavily applied
No, brake fluid is damaging to the rubber of a tire.
Brake fluid does not need to be changed as oil is but constantly needs to be replenished.
mabie they could be burning out.
The rubber brake hose could be at fault.
Have an electrician check the wiring that goes to the brake lights in the trunk of the car.
One of the brake may be dragging or staying on. Check the calipers and hoses.
It could be the wheel bearing.
No. Brake fluid is not a petroleum product. Power steering fluid is. Petroleum product will swell and ruin rubber part's brake system is full of rubber parts. You will destroy your brake system using power steering fluid.
It would be the rubber pad that sits on your brake pedal. Unless they were referring to brake pads, which are the pads which enables your vehicle to stop by pressing the brake pedal.
Because rubber is harder to brake than most materials out there and it doesnt attrack electricity
its the screw by your paddle
brake light switch at the top off your brake pedal the little rubber bumber is worn out or the switch is out.... very easy fix
on the brake pedal there is rubber or plastic pad that when the brake is pushed in the button pops out and the brake light go on. if the rubber/plastic pad brakes there is an empty hole and the brake lights will stay on all the time. this may not be what your looking for, but good luck
Newer cars use brake hoses made of rubber. Older cars use brake lines made of steel.
brake caliper is sticking due to faulty caliper or rubber brake hose.