I really don't know what you want to know. The brake system is hydraulic. If your are talking about the fluid type, it is DOT3.AnswerWhat you most likely want to know is if the brake system is heavy-duty or not. You need to locate the build code (RPO code) sticker. It is in the trunk of sedans and on the rear gate jam of wagons. You want to look for these two three letter codes:
JA1 - Light-Duty Brakes JA2 - Heavy Duty Brakes (Okay, really medium duty..but for a celebrity it's heavy-duty )AnswerThe brake type for my 85 2.5L celebrity is JA1. This JA1 code number is located on a label on my trunk spare tire cover, second row of numbers, 4th one across. Thanks to the dude that explained what these numbers meant.
I have a 1989 Chevy Celebrity Sedan 4 Door, I looked in the trunk, under the spare tire cover and only found a label with spare tire and jack info. Found no codes on this 15"x10" Label.
Question: Where else would these codes be?
There is no way to post the detailed description plus illustrations that would help you do a brake job. I would suggest you consult either a Chilton manual or Haynes manual to help you do a successful brake job on your Chevy Celebrity.
Master cylinder. Mounted on the firewall, driver's side.
Yes, there a diagram that illustrates the brake system in a Chevy Impala. It is found in the maintenance manual for the car.
It means there is a problem with your brake system. Can be it is just low of brake fluid or can mean something more serious. Do not ignore this warning.
by the gas pedal and brake. should be a lever that says something like, "pull for fuses"
where is the drake light switch on a 1999 chevy s10. The brake light switch is located just above the brake pedal. You will need a flashlight to see it.
There are two types of brake systems on that year Chevy celebrity. Light duty and Heavy duty. the easiest way to tell them apart is the type of brake pads. The heavy duty brakes have a "butterfly" style retaining clip out the outboard pad that looks like wings when its not intalled. The light duty brakes have an outside pad that has tabs that must be tighened onto the caliper.
The brake dump valve on a 1996 Chevy Suburban is used for bleeding the brakes after new brake pads are installed. It is located on the master cylinder for each brake.
To see a diagram of a Chevy S10 parking brake system you can visit your local auto parts store. The store will have a diagram that you can look at or will able to order you one.
more than likely the brake system has air in it. bleed the system,
The same way as you bleed any other brake system.
i was told it is the anti lock brake system And you were told wright.
Pads on front. Drums on the rear.
There are several possible reasons why the brake lights don't work: 1. The bulbs are burned out. 2. The brake light switch, down by the brake pedal, has failed. 3. The turn signal switch has failed. 4. There are wiring issues.
i have tail lights but do not have brake lights nor do i have turn signals. i have replaced brake switch and all bulbs
The problem you describe might be caused by a vacuum leak in the power brake booster.
do I need brake pads or brake shoes for 1998 Chevy tracker
the ABS light indicates a problem in in Abs system, a brake light indicates a problem with main braking system. such as low fluid level, leaks in system, parking brake on etc. Abs system works in conjunction to brake system. but abs system is not the main or basic braking system.
check your brake light switch,at the brake pedal on top of pedal arm. Open the driver's door on your 2000 Chevy Malibu and locate the access panel for the left-side fuse block--it's on the end of the instrument panel. Locate the fuse for your taillights in the fuse block. Chevy labeled the fuse as "stop lps" it is on the bottom row towards the front of car, good-day !
Yes, the 2002 Malibu has an ABS system with sensors at all four wheels.
you probably need to lift up on the brake pedal a couple of times to reset the brake switch. worked on our 86
To put brake fluid in a 1997 Ford Explorer, you must locate the brake fluid reservoir. Once you locate it, unscrew the cap, and replenish the brake fluid.
The type of brake system with vacum assist will have a large diameter hose from somewhere on the intake manifold to the brake booster. The type of brake system with hydro-boost will have hoses from the power steering pump to the brake booster.