Question about 2000 Nissan Sentra
I have new brake pads and shoes,master cylinder,rotors and drums turned,new calipers on both sides and wheni dive my car for about ten minutes the brake pedal becomes hard and my car will not move you have to force it by pressing down ******* the gas pedal.then the brakes start smoking.any help
Your brake light switch is adjusted in all the way and is pressing on the brake pedal. This causes the brake to be slightly applied. As you drive the vehicle the brake fluid heats up and expands, the brakes will apply more and more until you see the smoke. Bottom line: your brakes are always applied at the master cylinder because something(usually the brake light switch) is out of adjustment.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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