it sounds like you may have a problem with your abs system ,on the newer s10s the abs system applies most of the brake pressure for you,i would start there it sounds like you may have a problem with your abs system ,on the newer s10s the abs system applies most of the brake pressure for you,i would start there
everywhere but the most would be inbetween the legs
That would be "Deceleration" or negative acceleration.
you might want to check the brakes and roters they might be broken or warped...that would be the my first guess...then you might check the alignment
The year, make, model, transmission and engine info would help but it is probably the transmission down shifting if the vehicle is an automatic.
If it is while you are braking, the rotors or druma are warped.
Alot of people say brakes are for fakes, but they are nice to have every once and a while. I would probably be dead 5 times over if i didn't use brakes, it depends what you are doing either street or dirt tracks. It is better to have brakes on street.
You would adjust the brakes on a vehicle with abs brakes the same way you would adjust the brakes on a vehicle without abs brakes.
Probably faster: The Moon has been slowing down Earth's rotation for quite a while.
I am an ortdontist and I suggest you brush carefully after each meal and I would make sure to get a point brush that gets food out from inbetween your tooth and the wire
People say different dates. Most would say every 4 to 5 months. This keeps your brakes up to date and makes sure that you never loss your brakes while driving.
Possibly bad wheel bearing.
Are you going up a hill? Did you take your foot off the gas and is the compression of the engine slowing you down? Are your brakes sticking? Is your car getting the correct amount of air to fuel ratio? there are lots of reasons why a car would slow down while you're driving it. start with the easiest.
Inspect your brake pads. I would suspect they are worn out.
the reason is becase it the were in the back the optic nerve would interfeere with the visual cortex. it would not beable to tell the difference inbetween real life and things it thinks. also becase ot would hit a tree while flying :)
The best brakes that you can purchase are brakes that has a lifetime warranty. You would have to go to an auto store to find out which brakes has a lifetime warranty.
Any number of things. Take the car and have it checked by a Tune-up shop.
Depends on the type of brakes, but most bike brakes would use levers.
The best place to purchase disc brakes would be a large retail store such as Walmart or Target. Also, another place to get the brakes would be online.
We would need to know what type of brakes you have... S-cam air brakes, air disc brakes, air piston brakes, air wedge brakes, hydraulic drum brakes, hydraulic disc brakes... they're all different.
Disc brakes may have been an option but it would normally come stock with drum brakes.
I would have to say that Midas is the fastest at servicing brakes. They specialize in brakes, but Monro is also a good company to check out, they too specialize in brakes.
Your brakes are dragging, likely the pads are worn down to the steel. Hope this is helpful, www.TunerTools.com
The best place to have your brakes replaced at would be Midas they would be able to replace both your brake shoes and even brake calibers if they need replaced.