un equal adjustment of brakes will cause one brake to apply earlier and harder than other brake
If the brakes on a Mazda 6 are squeaking, it could be indicative of a problem. The brake pads could be incorrectly set.
Could be inferior brake pads or glazed brake rotors. If the new pads were installed without machining or replacing the rotors that could also cause brake squeal.
Only use products designed to clean brakes. Most auto parts stores carry brake cleaner. If you use anything else it could leave a residue that could cause your brakes to fail.
The cause can be traced to a few things. Number one the master cylinder may have failed. Number two you could be low of brake fluid or have none at all due to a leak or broken brake hose. If the power brake booster fails you may think you do not have brakes because it requires an excessive amount of pressure on the pedal to activate the brakes. Whatever the cause do not drive this car into you have the brakes repaired.
There are a lot of different things that could be wrong. But initially what it means is that your brakes are going out or are out You should start by checking your brake fluid if that is low it would cause you to loose pressure. If your brake fluid is low and you fill it things should get better if you don't have a hole in your brake line. If the fluid is full check your brake pads
Usually, a loss of pressure in your brake system means that there is a hole somewhere in the system. A leaking brake line or a punctured reservoir could cause a loss of pressure. A bad master cylinder could also cause a loss of pressure in the back brakes.
Could be low on brake fluid. If it is low you either needs brakes or you have a leak in the system.
It could be a bad cylinder, bad springs, bad emergency brake, or could need to be adjusted.
worn front end parts (steering or suspension) could cause a car to shake when appling the brakes.
Probably a rotted out brake line sprung a leak, check the brake fluid reservoir.
Accumulation of brake dust over time will cause the calipers to stick and the brakes will heat up from the friction. They might need cleaning and relubing. Driving with your foot resting on the brake pedal will also do it.
There are a few causes to whining brakes in a car. One reason could be that the caliper is out, and another could be that the pad is worn out.
The brake pads could be worn out
More than likely, your brake switch is fused, or stuck down.... here. when you push on the brake, the pedal taps a button to indicate that the brakes have been pressed. this button is a gate to the power provided to the tail lights, therefore, when it is pressed, they light up. this button could be stuck. disconnect the harness and see if the lights go off. if they do, replace the switch.
you could have worped disk brakes. or your brake pads are not level with your disk brake
If it is a front brake problem it could be a frozen (stuck) caliper, collapsed brake hose or a pinched brake line. If it is in the rear it could be a frozen e-brake cable, pinched brake line or a frozen wheel cylinder.
It could be the brake "sqealers" telling you it is time to replace the brake pads. Have the brakes checked.
If you are losing fluid and the pedal is low, you have a brake fluid leak.
Sounds like a brake problem. Need to pull wheels and check the brakes.
Several things could be the cause. You could have an emergency brake not releasing. You could have a brake hose internally collapsed or a leaking wheel cylinder. A defective grease seal letting grease get on the linings are some possibilities.
nothing it could just be the tail lights coming on.
The whistling sound made by your car could be caused from brake dust. Another reason may be from a bad wheel bearing that needs to be replaced.
Could be low on brake fluid which indicates your brakes need attention. Have a trusted mechanic inspect the brakes NOW!