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2001 Carerra brake pushes back!

When I'm going over rail road tracks, or if there's a bump in the road AND i have depressed the break pedal, the pedal pushes back, as if the bump/tracks are hitting something under the car, somehow, that's causing the brake pedal to push my foot back towards me. Thoughts?

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ABS Braking System being activated for some reason

Posted on Nov 26, 2012

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PORSHE USES THE BOSCH 5.3 ANTILOCK BRAKE SYSTEM IF YOU RUN OVER POT HOLES OR ROUGH ROAD SURFACE IT WILL CAUSE VECHICLE TO GO IN TRACTION MODE ACTIVATE THE ABS LIGHT IF YOU ON SMOOTH ROAD SURFACE AND ABS LIGHT STILL TURN ON.HAS DEALERSHIP CHECK OUT ABS BRAKE SYSTEM.

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