No it is not normal. I am not a mechanic but whenever my brakes make a clicking sound or poping sound, I think there might be something loose or stuck in the brakes. The first thing I would do is elimante other noise sources such as ball joints, etc. Then I would have someone walk beside the vehicle while I reversed to pinpoint if the noise is from the rear or front. Chances are it is the rear brakes if they are drum brakes. Sometimes, it is also a sticking brake shoe that is okay when the wheel goes forward but gets caught for a second when the wheel goes in reverse. My advice is that if you have not worked on brakes before, see a mechanic. An adjustment might be all you need.
You do not have to plug anything. You will have normal brakes even if the ABS does not work.
The ABS light is the light for the Anti-Lock Brake system. If the light stays on then there is a problem with the system. Your normal brakes will still work, but your ABS may not. Have it looked at by a professional.
Certainly, all four wheel brakes are used in normal stopping. However, the lions share of the stopping power is from the front brakes, yes.
The power brakes are activated when you start the car. This is normal.
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formula one brakes are more sharp as they are made for srtopping quck and slow in case.
yes they do most of the stopping
EBC brakes is a company that produces brakes for your car, truck, motorcycle and even for military vehicles. They are used just like ordinary brakes. They are actually just normal brakes, the EBC comes from the company name.
No. Your normal brakes will still work even if the ABS Module is bad. You will however have no ABS function.
New brakes do not grind. If you replaced the brake pads and resurfaced the rotors you may hear a bit of a sound but it is normal until the pads and rotors wear during normal driving.
In normal use this is not a problem, as the brakesare applied with limited force and ..... Disc brakesare used mainly on mountain bikes ridden off-road.
The brakes on the Villager are as straight forward as the brakes on a 1965 Mercury. Only normal brake tools are required.
It is normal for fish to swim in all directions including away from you.
Because the domain of the normal distribution is infinite - in both directions.
no, its normal for your hymen to brake
It uses its brakes and gears as normal
Slam on the brakes and steer around the obstruction. Do not pump the brakes. The ABS will do this for you. Be prepared for noises and a shudder in the brake pedal which is normal.
No lubrication is necessary under normal use.
on most vehicles , yes. you will have normal power disc brakes that were on all vehicles before abs was invented.
did you put high quality brakes on your car if so then it is normal do not worry about it. even if not some brakes just squeak all the time
I think brakes, break pads, and tires are not covered on a warranty. Normal wear and tear items are not covered, generally. Unless there was a manufacturers defect in them.
No, this is not normal. You have a problem.
It could be a sticking valve lifter. If you didn't hear it before, it should be investigated. Ticking is not normal.
According to my owners manual for a 2002 Honda accord EX, it is scheduled to be done at 105,000 miles for either normal or severe conditions.