Eating too quickly could cause that to happen.
i could go through it for you but you could go and buy a haynes manual that will tell and show you exactly how to overall your brakes
Probably a rotted out brake line sprung a leak, check the brake fluid reservoir.
It could be air in the brake line, or the brakes getting too hot from too much friction by using the brakes on a steep hill or riding the brakes, or there could be a problem with the master cylinder.
Letting the clutch go to quickly bad gas can cause that, or water in the gas It could have run out of fuel Could be the oxygen sensor.
Bad brake booster.
Go to a doctor quickly please just go cause it might not be true and you are nervous
Your power brake booster may be defective. You may have a vacuum leak or the booster itself could need replacing.
No, quickly is an adverb, as it is adding information to a verb, for example:He ran quickly to catch the bus.We quickly finished our chores so we could go to the movie.
You can go to any auto repair service or auto shop to get your emergency brakes repaired. Any mechanic can usually repair this service easily and quickly.
rear brakes froze to the drum..gotta love the snow Your transmission is done, it will have to either be replaced or rebuilt. Neither of which is cheap or easy. Sorry! Ixnayer
Any sudden brake loss can be the cause of 1. brake line damage 2. master cylinder disfunction
Its unlikely. the more likely cause is a brake hose collapsed/split internally, after the brakes are applied the internal split is pushed back by the returning brake fluid causing a blockage in the line preventing the caliper piston from backing off the rotor.
I would go to Firestone, they are very knowledgeable in their products. I trust for the care of my car and their customer service is top notch. They know what they are doing and do it quickly. I never have to wait. They answer my questions quickly without hesitation.
The most common cause is a broken or corroded ground wire.
It might be the caliber is sticking so it has to be replace with out doing so your brakes will scrub on the rotor which cause your brakes to wear down face
Yes it could.
The best brakes that you can purchase are brakes that has a lifetime warranty. You would have to go to an auto store to find out which brakes has a lifetime warranty.
i agree because not only did the police officer say he smelled the rubber from the brakes he saw the lights on and you cant go 90 mph with the brakes on.
the only thing they could do is run away quickly or go before the volcano erupted .
Go get your breaks checked out. You may need new breaks.
in older cars with 4 wheel drum brakes riding the brakes down a hill will heat up the drums causing the brakes to fail. another cause is brake lines failure another cause is leaking wheel cylinders shall i go on? The most common part that fails in a braking system is the Master Cylinder.
It truly depends on the driver and the type of driving that is being done. Could be anywhere from 20,000 - 80,000 miles. A lot of stop and go traffic will wear them out quickly. Someone who does mainly highway driving will be on the higher side.
it could be infected go see a dr
It really depends