Replace the caliper, it is probably stuck. Take the brake pads off and check the wear pattern. If you are unable to tell take them to the autoparts store, they should be able to help.
if its the hub it self then its a axle change.
lift tailgate and look for two screws and remove them, and then turn the bulb housing right and oull out
You first must be assured that the brake pads and discs are not in need of replacement.
how do you fix brakes on a 2002 Cl 500 Benz
check the fuses,if it has currents,,and still don't work, then replace the cigarret coil lighter that you use to light up the cigarrete with
if you can manually move it with you hands them u need to tighten the nut on the arm
If it is a Toyota, they do not know how to fix the squeaking brakes either. Even after replacing all the pads and machining the rotors and rear drums
There are a number of places that fix brakes. Midas is one of the most well know places, but there are also local companies who can change your brakes.
Will require more specifics, what part you want to fix in the rear brakes?
Change the brake pads. I have had good luck with PBR Deluxe and PBR Metalmaster. They are quieter and dust a lot less.
busted oil pressure sensor or oil level is already low - add more engine oil. try to fix the leak if the oil drips on a fast rate.
I would assume it will cost anywhere from $100- $300 to fix your car brakes. Because they are an important part of your car it can be expensive to fix them .
I am working on this myself right now. I have replaced the master cylinder, lines, shoes, and calipers. The problem persists. I am going to try sanding and lubing the ways on the calipers today. There is nothing else to fix. I found an article in a Dodge forum that suggested this in the most detailed fix i have found.
You find out what is jamming them and fix it.
no but you're best of getting a mechanic to fix it hope this helps
Are you talking about seized brakes? As in the wheels no longer turn because the brakes are stuck? or.......?
if u take off the egr valve and tap it it on something to knock out the carbon built up inside ,and put it back on, its a free fix,just the labor involved
It may be a bad sensor or just needs an oil change. If you have done this and it's still flashing, unhook the cables from the battery to reset it. Hopefully this will fix it.
Try and get someone to read the ECU codes, that will tell you if the problem is from the "Knock Sensor". If it is you will need to buy a new one and replace it. They are very expensive and can only be got from a Toyota Dealer. To fit your self Drill a hole under the front seat(Directly above the sensor) and replace from there. If you dont want to drill a hole you will have to drop the engine and that is not a cheap option on a previa.
whats wrong with them?
Try bleeding the brakes all the way around the car. Check to make sure that the brake is not dragging.
Sounds like "heater core" is shot-any coolant leaks inside the car coming from under the dash?, Have check, replaced. Or could just be an air lock in coolant system, which is better easy fix.
You will need to change the brakes and rotors on the Honda Civic to see if that fixes them. If not, take the car to a mechanic and have them fix the problem.
Very doubtful. If they're seized and won't operate, you'll have no brakes. If by some means, they seized in the operated position, the car won't move, or if it does, will be dragging the brakes. Just fix 'em. I highly recommend NOT trying to drive the car. There are serious safety issues at stake here.