Question about 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser
I just replaced the front pads and rotors on my 2004 PT cruiser, and I just took it for a test drive. Something definitely isn't right. I've done disc brake jobs many times, but this is the first time on this vehicle. The brake pedal actually moves up and down when I stop. I've never actually experienced the anti-lock brake functioning, but it feels like it might be stuck on if this is even possible. I have no brake warning lights on the dash, and nothing out of the ordinary. Maybe I screwed something up when I pushed the caliper piston back to make room for everything. I took the lid off the brake fluid resevoir and took some out to make room, then pushed the pistons back, while watching the fluid to make sure it didn't overflow. Any thoughts? I just tried disconnecting the battery for a while, hoping (probably vainly, I know) that it might resolve something, but I haven't reconnected it yet. 2002 PT cruiser- ABS, Brake and Traction off light are on and do not go off. This was after trying to go up a ice covered street.
I got warning light on the dash board, looks like exclamation mark in brackets. Could anyone tell me what is it, please.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
Did you replace the rotors... if the pedal is pulsing that's usually an indication of a warped router
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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