squeaky sounds that go away when you push the breaks are most probably the indicators on your brake pads that squeak to let you know that they are getting worn out and need to be replaced soon also dirty brakes will chirp while driving, a thorough cleaning and lube of the proper parts usually cures this There are typically metal tabs on your brake pads that are meant to squeak when your pads start getting low. It is possible that is the cause of your squeak, check your pads, or have a mechanic check, as this is a good possibility, however not a definite.
If there is a squeaky noise coming from any of your wheels and from pressing on the brakes, then I am supposing that there is something wrong with your brakes. From my past experiences with squeaky noises coming from my wheels, I got it checked out by a mechanic and he said that my brakes were worn out to the point where I was going to lose brake control in the wheels that were squeaking. I would suggest you get your squeaky wheel and brakes checked out by a mechanic. You might have to only change the brakes if its not too serious. I wish you the best of luck!
no, just the wheels the brakes apply to, usually the front brakes
Do you mean when you push the pedal " hard " you hear noise..........if so could be the ABS..........if not, then please have your brakes checked for safety.
sound to me like you have air in your brake lines try bleeding your brakes
Disc brake pads push in. they pinch the rotor
slowly push it along then pull the brakes, if it stops, THE BRAKES WORK!!! if it keeps going, THE BRAKES DON'T WORK!!! IT'S ROCKET SCIENCE!!!
Compared to todays modern brake systems they will feel hard. Also depends on if they are power brakes or not. Some cars of that era did not have power brakes and they were very hard to push.
simple hydrolics. You have a canistor (master cylinder) which holds the fluid. When you push on the pedal, The cylinder opens and pushes fluid to the brakes which push against a disc to slow the momentum
Rotor out of round or pads are grabbing for some reason most likely, possible bad wheel bearing as well. .
cause you didnt push the clutch in