Typically, that comes from having air in the lines.
It depends if you are going up or down :)If you are going up, that's extra gravity pressure but If you are going down you are lighter.For example if you going down very fast, with plane it is possible to feel like you are in space. 0 gravity :D
It seems like there might be air in your brake system. You should try bleeding your brakes and filling it with fresh brake fluid.
Your brake pedal feels soft, one reason for this could be
The brake pedal vibrates.
probably means you are running out of gas
Air in the brake system. You need to bleed the air out of the system.
All the information I can find says the same thing. There is no adjustment for clutch cable or linkage due to the system is hydraulically driven. If you are experiencing clutch pedal squeaks, or uneven feel when you push the pedal in, try spraying the pedal bushing with a penetrating oil and work the pedal up and down.
Do you mean can you tell when your about to go upside down or that you can feel it when your already upside down? Because to the first, if your observant or have ridden the ride before, and the second, yes, you can tell when your upside down. > Your body would be able to feel the centre of gravity changing.
Worn linings, bad hydraulic problem, adjustment problem
hydraulics work because fluids are considered a non-compressible material. therefore when you put your foot down on the clutch pedal it pushes the hydraulic fluid pressure through the line to disengage the clutch. if there is air in the line the air bubble will compress (gases ARE compressible) and you will feel a "spongy pedal" and you will have to "pump" the clutch pedal to move that air bubble down the hydraulic line before you get a "good" clutch
When you put in the new assembly, hold the pedal up straight so the cable doesn't unhook from the assembly. Then have some one in the back put the cable tight and screw the wing nut on until its tight then let go of the pedal their you have it. put the pedal in an out to make sure it tight if it feel back down then you didn't tighten it enough in the back.
Press down on the parking brake lever until you feel it click. This releases the pedal and it will come up all the way.
No. The only way you can really "disown" someone is by not having anything to do with them at all. I would sit down and talk to them, about how you feel, you never know when your going to need them.
HOLY i would feel happy that i am going on this particular journey for my beliefe
The car will be jumping( going up and down) you could only feel it when your car is at a stop.
well i would have to say it would kinda make you feel down all the time. but the best thing you can do is stick with the person and help him or her through whatever they are going through.
It is going bad....don't eat it.
One sign of a brake rotor going bad on a Jeep Grand Cherokee is a vibrating steering wheel. Another sign is that you feel your brake pedal pushing back.
Pads are worn out, and your Mater Cylinder is possibly bad. Inspect the brake pads and replace as necessary. Inspect the rotor for damage and have it turned or replace it. If after replacing the pads/rotors, if the brake pedal slowly goes down when applying the brakes, replace the master cylinder.
your lifters may be lose and need tightening