Question about 2000 Plymouth Voyager
I have a 2002 Ford Escape and ever since I got my tires replaced, my ABS keeps kicking in every single time I brake and my brake performance is worse, sometimes dangerously slow. What should I do?
Did you bleed the brake lines after the brakes were fixed also low grade tires or even high grade tires can ocassionaly cause the problem you should also check for a leaking piston seal on the calipers and also check the brake components for contamination from grease and oil and check that the proper clearances were set when re installed also check that the the auto adjusters are working properly lastly take it to a dealer and have them check the master cylinder thats all i can think of
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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