brakes are the braking system It could be a part of the control system It has a hydraulic system in the braking system
Could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem with the anti-lock brakingsystemA malfunction has been detected with your anti-lock braking system . It could be afuse , a sensor , or some other problem
It could be several things, anything from a bad master cylinder, air in the system, or maybe a leak.
My 89 jeep Cherokee surges at idle and sometimes stalls but runs fine once you are going what could cause this?
Yes it could.
Brake rotors and brake drums.
Disc--Probably warped rotor but could be malfunctioning ABS system. Drum--Probably need brake linings adjusted but could be malfunctioning ABS system. Pull wheel or see mechanic.
ABS Warning LightWhen the instrument panel icon for the anti-lock braking system turns on is usually an indication that something is wrong within the braking system, which is serious enough to require that a qualified brake technician troubleshoots the system.The turn signals have nothing to do with the anti-lock braking system!!!!!Get your vehicle to a qualified [preferably Certified] brake technician before continued use can severely damage components of the system.Even worse is the possibility that the fault in the system could result in a serious, possibly fatal collision.
Wheel hubs or bearings or could be the CV shafts.
Vibration when applying brakes is most likely warped rotors. Another cause could be loose caliper bolts.
The ABS light might stay on because of a sensor issue. The braking system of most vehicles has several sensors that can cause the light to come on and stay on. This could also be a problem with brake pads or calipers.
This could be the cause if an improper alignment if it happens under normal straight line driving. If the jerk is more prevalent when going on bumpy roads, it may be a sign of bad shocks or springs. If the jerk is occurring during braking situations, the problem may be related to the bearings being worn or warped discs/drums in the braking system.
A worn front wheel bearing could cause a Grand Cherokee Limited to make a grinding noise when you accelerate. There could also be a problem with one of the shafts.
Brake pads worn or dirt lodged in brake pad
Something that has hit the central nervous system could cause this.
Braking is the action of applying pressure, in an attempt to stop an object. This could be a car, bike, scooter ect.
This could be short for a vacuum leak in, say, a vehicle's fuel/air mixture inlet system or in the braking system of a train or a truck that uses vacuum-operated brakes.
if it is vibration when braking, it is most likely warped brake discs ,which can be skimmed using a lathe or by replacing. if it is vibration when not braking & coming off the power it could be wear in an inner cv joint
There could be a few reasons why a 2000 Jeep Cherokee would stall in stopped traffic. There could be a fuel line clogged or there could be a bad spark plug.
it could be the factory alarm system
With your limited info there could be many reasons but first have you tested the cold cranking amps on the battery? The charging system may be fine but if the battery is going it could cause the problem your describing.
there could be several reasons for this problem the most likely being an alignment problem, if it occurs only when your braking it is probably warped rotors or out of round drums depending on your braking system bad spark plugs or wires
That indicates that a malfunction has been detected with the anti-lock braking system , but if the " brake " light in your dash is not on , you still have " normal " braking ( it could be anything from a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem )
Perhaps thermostat is not opening
Just about all of the engine sensors could cause it to not run.