Question about Honda Accord
It feels like my brakes are on and it smells and smoke is coming out of the back brake
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem in my 98 Dodge Dakota! Replaced the heater core, problem solved. No more funky coolant smell and erie fog coming through my vents. I bought the heater core at rockauto.com online. Have purchased many items now from them. All factory parts so far at half the price of even AutoZone, even with the shipping. Also, you usually have to wait only a couple of days depending on the part and they have EVERYTHING.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
If its in the engine compartment there is an antifreeze leak..If it inside the car like like near to the windshield, you have a bad heater core. Good Luck contact me if you need more help.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
if the smell only comes on when the heater is on try pulling the blower motor mice like to build nests in the blower motor housing.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
SOURCE: While driving today I noticed
Sounds like either the brake caliper has seized up or one of the brake pads has got jammed up. You need to remove the caliper and investigate further. ICheck to make sure the piston/s in the caliper move. Also remove the brake pads , clean up the slides and apply some brake grease on the tips of the brake pad metal backs where the may contact with the caliper and mounting brackets.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
SOURCE: smells like brakes are burning
Have you ever changed Brake fluid?
1-After flushing out entire system, Flush out the newly changed calipers. throughly
2-Make sure the pistons on Calipers can move in and out easily by using brake clamp to check.
3- If you don't have pistons moved smoothly then you have bad calipers causing locked up then brake pad burning.
Hope this can help.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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