Usually after brakes are changed, it takes time for it to break in. So the brakes wont be as "grippy" as before. If that does not solve your problem, then it might be because of air bubbles in the brake lines. Try bleeding the system. If that doesn't solve your problem, then it could be a problem with your calipers. You can fix it, but most people just get another one from the junk yard. Takes less time and it's cheap too. I was going to say it could be the master cylinder, but it wouldn't be. Because 240sx has a diagonal braking system. Which means if one cylinder fails then you would still have brakes in front right and rear left OR vice versa.
Tell us what problems you are having.
The brakes are not releasing and need to be brought back to whoever put them on.
Having ABS does not change how you bleed the brakes. Bleed them as you would if it did not have ABS.
Yes. He confirmed. I'm looking for the dates, but he is having the Fall Tour.
I am having the axel changed not one boot...and the mechanic quoted me $150 which includes parts and labor.
Depends on where you are riding it. If you stay in bikeparks and backyards it's OK, but if you ride it in traffic you have to have brakes.
That depends on what type of transmission you have. The truck having air brakes doesn't affect that.
well it has changed by having new shops.
Put the oil plug back in the pan, add 5 qts oil,put on new oil filter and say- RESET.
The Versa has a chain. Nissan recommends having it inspected at 100,000 miles.
A 2002 Nissan Maxima does not having a timing belt. It has a timing chain.