warped break disk
WHEN PUT IN GEAR KILLS ENGINE IF NO BRAKE APPLIED IT WILL DRIVE BUT IF STOPPED DIES
its your worning clip time to change your brake pads drive safe
Yes, most definitely it will roll down the hill. When parking on a hill always set the parking brake. The park gear in an A/T can break, so do not take a chance. In drive the car will roll if the brake is not set.
drive with it off and have the parking brake inspected for damage.
You may have a collapsed brake hose or a pinched brake line.
IT COULD BE A WORN ENGINE MOUNT. TO BE SURE, PUT YOU CAR IN GEAR PRESS THE BRAKE APPLY THE E-BRAKE AND ACCELERATE THE CAR IF YOU FEEL THE SAME SHAKING IS YOUR ENGINE MOUNTS. (BE Careful)
could be a problem with the sesor in the emergency brake. a bad connection there could cause the light to blink with the vibration of the car running On some cars, the brake warning light will blink if the parking brake is set, and you drive... it could be a failed parking brake switch, assuming the brake is not applied. It is supposed to blink to get your attention. One car that does this is the Mitsubishi Starion, there are probably some others, too.
Parking brake applied or stuck on.Incorrect fluid level in trans. Transmission is bad.
Are you talking about "Drifting" ? purposely powering through turns, Or is your intention to skid to a stop? - Either will work, but you can Drift with a front wheel drive car while applying power to the drive wheels, and engaging the parking brake at the same time. Rear wheel drive can not be done while power is being applied.
New brake drums are broken in the first time you go for a drive usually.
The more you drive it the more it will cost.
Step on the brake and put the car in drive the brake will release
A thin film of rust/corrosion devolops on the brake rotors when the truck sits overnite. This causes minor squeak the first time the brakes are applied when shifting into drive.
You have a brake problem. Start by checking fluid before you drive next.
Sounds like a Vacuum leak in brake booster.
The second drive.....
do you have it in neutral and the brake applied this is to put in low 4 wheel drive now for the answer it is probalby the 4 wheel drive module uder the dash this was the problem with mine dodgy transfer case
You must apply your foot on the brake while shifting into drive.
The car will drive fine but the rear brake shoes may drag on the drum. This will quickly wear out the rear brake shoes, hurt you fuel mileage, and cause a loss of power. Replace the springs.
your park brake
Normally the second removable drive, A = first removable or floppy drive, if a second floppy drive is installed it is drive B. First hard disk is Drive C, second Hard disk is Drive D, etc. You can also map the drive letters to the virtual network connections, so that Drive P could be used as a network connection.