This is probably due to worn brake rotors on the brakes, if there is no vibration when driving then this will be the cause.
worn brakes could be the cause or check the A frame bushings
Vibration when applying brakes is most likely warped rotors. Another cause could be loose caliper bolts.
Your vehicle is equipped with abs and anti lock brakes, when applied hard enough the system interprets it as a panic stop and pulses the brakes to prevent lock up and skidding.
If you are driving on wet roads there is no way to avoid those effects. Most brakes dry out very quickly when applied.
If you have vibration when you use the brakes, the most likely cause will be warped or excessively worn rotors, usually on the front wheels. Unless you are familiar with working on brakes, it is best to take the car to a qualified mechanic for service or repair.
Usually the fuse is going bad.
In general, warped brake rotors will cause a vehicle to shake when the brakes are applied. If the problem is severe, it will also have some impact on the ability of the driver to control the car when braking. If a car shudders or shakes when the brakes are applied but is otherwise smooth when driven, the brakes are a most logical cause. Use the link to the related question below to help you decide what to do if you suspect a warped brake rotor.
Most common cause would be a loose brake caliper mounting bolts.
only thing i know that will make brkes grind, is worn out brakesmaybe have em checked at a different mechanic
is this 4 wheel drive
Power brakes use engine vacuum to get their power. If the engine is out of tune, the loss of vacuum will cause it to run rough. Try changing the spark plugs.
Warped brake rotors will cause pulsation (or vibrations at high speeds) when the brakes are applied. This may also go on to misalign the calipers and cause other vibration related damages.
first of all, the pads may be semi-metallic and have chunks of metal in them which may cause the squeal, change to a less metallic pad may help, also the backing of the pads should have an anti-squeal gel applied to them, when you apply the brakes, the pads will hyper vibrate and can cause a squeal. The gel will stop the vibrating. first of all, the pads may be semi-metallic and have chunks of metal in them which may cause the squeal, change to a less metallic pad may help, also the backing of the pads should have an anti-squeal gel applied to them, when you apply the brakes, the pads will hyper vibrate and can cause a squeal. The gel will stop the vibrating.
If the rear brakes are drum brakes, then there could be a leaky wheel cylinder. The wetness inside the drum will cover all the brake shoes and parts and cause the wheel to lock up when applied. The build of pressure could be due to the wheel cylinder leaking and causing a pressure loss, but rising when the brakes are applied or pumped up. This may/may not be your case, but definitely worth checking the rears.
Tires,inner tie rod bushings, if the steering wheel shakes when brakes are applied - brake rotors warped.
If it shakes only when the brakes are applied, its the brakes. Just because they are "good" and stop the truck well doesn't mean they are balanced and wont cause a vibration.
There is no Air compressor on you Mustang. If you mean the Air Conditioner compressor, the answer is yes. There is s fuse for the A/C compressor.
voltage is applied to a conductor to cause a current flow
you need to replace your brake pads. if you don't, in due time, they will wear down and put grooves on your rotors and that is NO bueno.
It is a cause and effect thing. Was the other axle inspected if all the brakes, front and rear, were not replaced? Can you tell where it's coming from at all? Is the noise identical from when before the brakes were replaced? Year, make, model and mileage would help as well. Drum on rear? Don't assume the brakes were done correctly. Believe it or not, I have done a few where someone put the pads in backwards with the backing plate against the rotor. If someone worked on it for you, take it back to them and complain.
There probably is only one cause for your interior lights to go on when you apply the brakes. There probably are brake light wires and interior wires that have warned together.