What brake pedal is the cause of air being in the brake system?
The brake pedal has nothing to do with it. If air is in the system then bleed the brakes.
Is the emergency brake a hydraulic system that is automatically actuated when the driver depresses the brake pedal?
No, the regular brake system is a hydraulic system that is actuated when the driver depresses the brake pedal. The emergency brake is a direct mechanical system that is manually actuated when the driver pulls the hand lever or depresses the emergency brake pedal, which is separate from the brake pedal.
What would cause for the brake pedal to go all the way down and the car will stop but the brake pedal doesn't feel like it has pressure when you step on it?
A hard brake pedal can be caused by several different factors. It can be as simple as the brake pedal getting caught on something to the power brake booster being bad. You could also have a brake pad or shoe that is sticking, causing the brake fluid to boil. When brake fluid boils, it expands and can cause the hard brake pedal that you feel. A brake pedal that is hard to press can also…
No, a busted brake booster will not cause the brake pedal to go to the floor. It will however cause the brake pedal to be extremely hard to push. A defective master cylinder will cause what you describe. Replace the master cylinder and bleed the brakes. It can because it happened to me. The booster lost vaccum and the pedal went to the floor. Sorry, you are wrong. The only reason the pedal went to…
A COMMON CAUSE FOR A DROPING BRAKE PEDAL WOULD BE A LEAKING MASTER CYLINDER.(INTERNAL LEAK). THERE ARE OTHER REASONS BUT THAT IS A COMMON ONE. YOU ALSO HAVE AIR IN THE SYSTEM, NO FLUID, OR A LEAK SOMEWHERE IN THE SYSTEM(MAJOR LEAK). IF THE PEDAL JUST FELL TO THE FLOOR TRY LOOKING UNDER THE DASH AND MAKE SURE THAT THE PEDAL DIDN'T COME LOOSE FROM THE PUSH ROD AND NOW IS JUST "HANGING".
Why a 1997 Toyota corolla brake pedal is soft when the engine is running and when the engine is off pedal is firm what could cause this?
You have no brake lights on your 1998 cadillac catera All fuses are good everything else works What else can cause this?
Automotive hydraulic brakes are a closed system. Brakes have bleeders on them to allow for the removal of air from the system. The brake pedal is attached to the plunger arm on the master cylinder, which has the reservoirs for brake fluid. When the brake pedal is depressed, the plunger forces fluid out through the brake lines to each brake. When the brake pedal is released, the plunger retracts within the master cylinder creating suction…