it seizes thru lack of use... overhall it..
the rotatror ^^^ HUH? A few things to check- brake caliper, spindle nut, parking brake, upper shock mount.
There could be a few things on a 1995 Chrysler LeBaron causing the distributor not to have power. But first I would check the spark plugs and see if maybe they have gone bad.
The wiper motor on a 1992 Chrysler LeBaron won't work if the motor has seized up or the fuse has blown. The switch inside the cabin or the wiring can also come loose and cause this problem.
Leaving the parking brake on while you drive
Yes, along with switch, wiring, relay, motor,
Common brake problems on a 97 Chrysler Sebring can be caused by leaks, worn pads, and stuck calipers. Check your brake system as problems can cause a serious accident.
parking brake on.
Most likely cause is a failed engine thermostat.
On your brake peddle there is a switch it is either bad or stuck, most likely.
You will need to disassemble the rear brakes to find the cause. You may be able to loosen the brake shoe adjustment from the back side of the drums.
Yes, but know that your parking brake on applies your rear brakes. For this reason it is very easy to cause your vehicle to slide sideways when applying only the rear brakes. Also the fact that your parking brake will lock due to the indents, you must use it wisely in an emergency. It also will take quite a long distance to stop any vehicle with the parking brake only.
most likely it is air in system
i have a 1999 grand prix mine did the same thing.it is a warning for low brake fluid. i know cause my car goes through brake fluid like water
Cause it Fails! Either the transmission is shot or the parking brake is stuck on.
Wear indicators on brake pads
The " BRAKE ' light in your dash indicates that either your parking brake is on or the BRAKE FLUID LEVEL in the brake master cylinder in your engine compartment IS LOW
Corroded brake wheel cylinder, or caliber, parking brake stuck.
Not adjusted properly Parking brake not releasing fully Frozen caliper
Maybe the problem lies in the switch that operates the "brake" light when the parking brake is applied. The DRL do not light up until the parking brake is released. I know that if my parking brake pedal is down so much as one "click" of the ratchet mechanism, the DRL do not illuminate.
Is it the parking brake light or the ABS light? is it red light or amber?
leaking wheel cylinder
One of the gauges is outside the safe range. Check oil pressure, coolant temp, and battery voltage.
no but they may have broke a wire or disconnected a wire and not hooked it back up
You will need to remove the rear rotors in order to access the parking brake adjustment. Chances are the parking brakes are completely worn down, and the rotors will need to be replaced. The 2000-2001 Tahoes are notorious for sticking parking brakes. The Tahoe utilizes a drum style brake pad located inside the hat of the rear rotors. There is a fairly tight tolerance between the parking brake and the drum portion of the inside of the rotor. There is a cogged nut that can be spun to adjust the diameter of the parking brake assembly. The following is likely the cause of premature parking brake failure. The driver side has a lever located on the inner part of the brake assembly. On the driver side the lever has a protrusion that can get stuck against the back of the brake assembly when actuated. The protrusion serves no purpose, and there is a Chevy TSB that recommends grinding it off.
Press the parking brake down one click. Unfortunately, this will probably cause your brake warning light to come on.