check your brake fluid levels
Brake lighta computer sensor.It could also be low brake fluid.
it has to do with you emergency brake probaly cause there is an electrical problem somewhere check the fuses or if your e brake is acctually on
A bad thermostat can cause overheating in a Nissan Frontier when the air conditioning is turned on. A bad compressor can also cause this.
A Nissan Frontier may be overheating because the radiator is cracked. A thermostat failure can also cause it to overheat.
The first thing to check is low brake fluid. A leak in the system or worn brakes causing the fluid to be too low is the most common cause for the light to be on.
Front emergency brake? Do you mean a frozen cable? If front brake is locked may be a frozen caliper Emergency brake tied to rear brakes only
The emergency brake cable is probably seized and the emergency brake is not releasing.
Yes the emergency brake cables can freeze up but will not cause a problem until it is applied.
A bad transmission gear can cause your 1999 Nissan frontier to shift hard. Low transmission fluid can also cause the transmission to shift hard.
10 milimeter socket adjustment screw located at emergency brake pedal , look for adjustment nut to the left of emergency brake pedal .................................................................................................................................. before you adjust there, you may want to make sure your brake shoes are adjusted up (assuming they are drum) properly, which would likely take care of the problem, because if there is excessive space between the shoes and surface of drum, you will be asking the cable to compensate for this problem, which would cause it to travel more than it should. Also, excessive space between shoes and drums will also cause your hydraulic system brake pedal to go down farther than it should, which will not be cured by adjusting at the pedal or handle
brake light switch would be most common cause
Most people will tap the brakes of a car when their car is going downhill, usually to keep the car under the speed limit. The squeaking noise could be the brake rotors or the brake pads.Ê
Yes, but with damage to the brake system. OH YES - IF the Emergency brake is adjusted 2 tight or partically on YES-BUT (Sometimes) it will cause the brakes 2 Grab & can cause premature wear on the pads or shoes.
No, they are not compatible and it will cause damage.
check your fuse and your brake light switch on your brake pedal lever.
If the system has a full charge then the thermister is most likely the cause for it not working.
The e-brake cable(s) could be stuck.
A wire is shorting to ground.
check the brake fluid level
check that the emergency brake pedal is completely up.If ok disconnect the electric cable from the emergency brake pedal. i think is brown in color if light turns off the problem is there.
Water in engine-head gasket most likely.
Things you need to check is brake fluid oil, and brake pads. If they are fine then it is the brake switch which needs replacing. Also check the handbrakes as sometimes it is left engaged.
Either the brake fluid in the reservoir is low (most cars have a fluid level sensor in the reservoir) because you need new brake pads, or maybe the emergency brake cable is not adjusted properly. Try putting your foot under the emergency brake pedal and pulling up.