You have a "Warped" brake rotor. It needs to be replaced
There are a few different reasons for oil loss in a 2003 Suburban. This could be because the oil filter needs to be replaced or the oil drain plug needs to be replaced.
after removing the tire you need to remove the caliper wich is relativly easy turn the steering weel to the outer position depending wich side you are on and remove the two bolts holding the caliper that will release the disc good loock.
You can get your brake rotors replaced by visiting Autoparts Warehouse which contain various brake rotors in size and durability to fit your needs and accommodate your budget.
Brake switch needs replaced.
Air in the brake system- Brake system needs to be bleed and fluid needs to be added while you are doing that.
The Brake booster needs replaced
brake cable needs to be replaced or adjusted
most common- one of the brake hoses need to be replaced. here is how to check raise and support the truck then remove the wheel where the brake is sticking. pump the brake pedal 2 or 3 times. locate and loosen the bleeder screw on the brake caliper if fluid pressure is trapped the hose needs to be replace (recommend replacing both) if no fluid squirts out the caliper needs to be replaced (again recommend replacing them in pairs.
The more you drive it the more it will cost.
Could be rotor "out of round" and needs to be re-surfaced or replaced. Possibly caused by over-tightening and not torquing upon installation. Could be a "frozen" brake caliper. That needs to be replaced
brake pedal light switch.
On a 1994 Honda Accord, the brake lamp comes on when a tail light is no longer working. The burned-out bulb needs to be replaced. The brake lamp will not come on after the bulb is replaced.
Remove the Phillips screws holding the lens in place, remove the lens, push bulb into socket and rotate counter-clockwise, reverse procedure to install. There are three light bulbs when the brake light column is taken out. If just my brake light is out, which bulb needs to be replaced?
Brake light switch is out of adjustment or needs relplaced.
if the caliper has been replaced there are two copper gaskets that go between the brake hose and the caliper
When break lights do not turn off when the brake pedal is fully retracted suggests two possible causes: * The brake light switch is out of adjustment and needs to be adjusted. * The brake light switch is defective and needs to be replaced.
The brake lights won't turn off because the brake light switch on the pedestal of the brake pedal needs to be replaced.
check fuses & brake lights switch located on brake pedal
To repair brakes, you need to first decide what needs to be replaced. You may want to replace just the brake pads, or the brake lines.
Switch on brake pedal needs tightened replaced, or switch for lights needs tightened or replaced.
the brake light switch on the brake pedal is bad and needs to be replaced. A $10.50 part at parts store.
check your brake fluid and if that's ok your brake pads'Answer:If the light says "Brake Lamp", it means you have a tail light bulb that needs to be replaced.
The bulb is probably burned out and needs to be replaced.
If it is leaking, cracked, or the piston is seized it needs replaced.