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Brake Fluid Sensor

I have a 1999 Honda Passport and was trying to locate the Brake Fluid Sensor....Anyone know where its located,much thanks in advance!

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  • lmencias Mar 07, 2009

    Thank you all for your answers,my problem is when we go to stop its like the brakes get stuck and make the back tires lock up a lil.we changed the calipers,drums,shoes.We don't know what to do anymore with it.we have had it to the mechanics and they cant find the problem,,,,

  • lmencias Mar 07, 2009

    Thank you all for your help.Let me tell you about the vehicle,when we stop and then take off its like the back tires are stuck.We have changed the calipers,shoes and drums.We have it at a Mechanic and they called us today and told us that they can't find the problem so we are left in the air with it....

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I believe it is a float in the master cylinder. If it's on, check your barke fluid level. Add if needed.
The reason for low fluid is that the front disc brakes are wearing down causing the brake caliper to move out which lowers the fluid level in the reservoir. So, also check your front brakes for wear.

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Are you talking about the level sensor? If it has one, it is in the brake fluid resevoir in the master cylinder.

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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    If you are getting a lock up in the rear, check the proportioning valve for the rear wheels. may be restricted, or not functioning properly. Some are spring loaded as well, and act as an ABS type of system, and may be out of adjustment.

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Check autozone .com, they have online manuals.

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

  • josh1111 Mar 07, 2009

    good comment above

    dont forget about the hcu .is there an abs warning light on ? if your haveing problems with the master cyl check out the hcu, did you get a computer scan

    Problems with this type of power brake system will usually be due to a bad pump motor


    , a leaky accumulator, or internal problems in the master cylinder assembly. Because it's all part of the ABS system, electrical problems with the pump motor or pressure switch as well as low fluid level or low pressure will usually trigger a FAULT CODE and activate the ABS warning

    just to follow thru on more possibilities

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