Why would the antilock brake light come on for a second when making a sharp left turn since the brake pads and rotors were replaced on a 94 Town Car?
IF it didn't B 4 then either the sensor is Loose - the wire going 2 it has a bare spot or even dirt or Metal from the pads or Rotor can cause it-the sensor has a magniate in it & will pick up metal-Sometimes the reluctor ring on the rotor is bad also maybe from the rotor being resurfaced incorrectly or broke in the process.
What could the problem be if a 2000 Hyundai Elantra shakes when applying the brakes when going over 55 miles per hour?
Perhaps it has to do with the antilock brakes? By the way...Any electric problems? IT IS NOT antilock brakes, on mine it was that I needed brakes.I replaced the pads and had the rotors cut. No problem since then. Now the steering wheel shakes between 65 and 75mph but I don't think that's the brakes. Dave Answer When your braking at higher speeds there is much more heat generated within the brake system. It can…
Why does your brake pedal depress with little resistance the first time but the second time it feels normal you replaced pads and rotors on the back then bleed them?
To do it yourself on 2002 model, for two new rotors and brake pads, the parts are around $130-$250 depending on the level of quality you choose and where you purchase. Shop around. If the old rotors are still thick enough to machine, some money can be saved by doing that instead of buying new. Most brake shops can machine rotors from $20 and up each, if you bring them the rotors. Shop around for…
IF you are a child the second molar tooth will be replaced by a permanent tooth called the second premolar. HOWEVER IF what you lost is a permanent second molar , it will not be replaced, the loss is permanent as in the case of all permanent teeth whether they are molars premolars, canine or incisors.
What would cause a 1999 Olds Intrigue to shake when applying the brakes when the rotors and pads were replaced and tires were balanced twice?
Since it happens when your braking, I would still believe that the brakes are the source. A shaking when braking almost always points to a brake rotor or brake drum that is out of shape. If the steering wheel wobbles during the shaking, it is from the front. Also, drive the car for 5-10 minutes, city driving, and then feel each rim to see if one is particularily hotter. (Expect both fronts to be hotter…
The Ford Aerostar totally sucked and was just as bad such on the motor and presentation. It was replaced by the Ford Windstar, which also sucked on its presentation on its first model, but did a little better during the second model, which was later replaced by the Ford Freestar and Mercury Monterey minivan, which were also not doing a perfect job. The Ford Flex is the brand new replacement and should do much better.
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The removal and replacement of the rear brake rotors on this application is an easy to moderate level of difficulty. First the vehicle will need to be safely raised, either through a hydraulic shop lift or jack stands. Second, the wheels need to be unbolted. The rear calipers can be released and held out of the way through hangars attached to the frame. This will finally allow the rotors to slide out. The OER Raybestos…
Can a subcontractor hire another subcontractor and put a lien on property if second subcontractor is replaced?
Can a subcontractor hire another subcontractor and put a lien on property if second subcontractor is replaced even with a signed contract?
No a subcontractor can hire another subcontractor and put a lien on the property if the second subcontractor is replaced even with a signed contract. The replacement of the second contractor is not purpose to place a lien on the property. The subcontractor can only place a lien on the property if they were not paid due to the original subcontractor not being paid.