If you've changed the slave cylinder and bled it several times, the next step would be to check the MASTER cylinder and if that doesn't work then your clutch is burned out.
When I changed ours this is what I did. Remove tire, remove 2 bolts from back side of caliper, Pull caliper off rotor, using old brake pad and c-clamp press caliper, take old pads out put new pads in. place caliper back on put bolts back in. Turn rotors when needed when the pads are off.
You need to check compression on #6.
Probably not. The body style was changed in 1999, and even though they look almost the same, the dimensions for many things are different.
Each 90000 miles.
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is something that is being changed or already changed
Check for loose or missing bolts. Check also for incorrect wheel rim, incorrect rotor, or incorrect caliper. year of car/truck ? if its a dodge truck look at brake caliper adapter for wear,check caliper retaining clips if their broken they will let the caliper move up in the caliper adapter hitting tour wheel hub . is the wheel right one for veh ? If you just changed the pads and did not compress the caliper piston all the way down. the caliper can rub against the wheel. The whole caliper floats and if the piston is not fully compressed it can hit the wheel with the new pads on.
there are plenty of possibilities but naturally I would start with the cheapest did you bleed your brakes at each caliper starting with the wheel furthest from the master cylinder. If so move on to your brake line connections is your banjo block cracked is the banjo bolt cracked did you forget to put washers on the banjo bolts if so you should see fluid leaking from around where the banjo block mounts to the caliper when you pump the pedal.if not you can try bleeding master cylinder if problem still persists you probably need a new master cylinder.
The 4 cylinder has a timing chain that does not require replacement and is designed to last the life of the engine.
If cylinder one is misfiring on the Kia Sportage 2.0 it could be that the spark plug in that cylinder needs to be changed. It can also mean that the piston in that cylinder is sticking.
If the front brake caliper is sticking, the disc may be uneven. Brakes that are left to scrape on the disc for a long time before they are changed will damage the disc enough to cause sticking or slipping.
No, the 2005 Accord 4 cylinder has a timing chain that will last the life of the engine. The V6 does have a belt that must be changed at 110,000 miles.
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A 1996 Toyota Tacoma 4-cylinder is able to use 5w20 weight oil. When the oil is changed, the oil filter should be changed as well.
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The fluid needs changed and flushed. The master cylinder, hoses, and calipers could need changed.
most likey dont think they changed it in that time or even changed it at all
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It doubles The volume of a cylinder height times diameter squared times 3.14
the crank shaft has been changed to alter the travel of the piston in the cylinder
When you say everything has been changed...does that include the caliper and piston? It could be your caliper is going out on that side which would cause an uneven wear. With the quickness that the brake pad is deteriorating...I would look at your caliper being the culprit. I would try checking the functionality of the front proportioning valve.