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Brake zen Zen 2004 :- When completely turn left, there is no brake and brake pedal go downwards completely. Why this problem and how to fix this?

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Check for brake oil leak
if there is no leak change master cylinder

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SOURCE: Maruti Zen 1996 model....spongy brakes

you should bleed the brake lines you probably got air in them or have the breaks preasure tested to see if theres fault in lines or hardware

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SOURCE: Passanger side brake light issue

Yes! It is a faulty turn signal assembly. You can try actuating the hazards several times, to try cleaning the contacts but if there is no change then replace it. In case you want to know, the wires from the brake switch, go up into the turn-signal assembly then out to the tail-lights. To fix it, disconnect the battery, you will need some tools. A steering wheel puller, a steering shaft compression tool, 1/2" drive ratchet, metric sockets, cir-clip pliers, a couple of small picks, #2 philips head screwdriver, and some torque-head screwdrivers. carefully pull off the horn cover( may have a couple of scews holding it from the other side), unplug the horn wire (push and twist), remove the cir-clip, remove the nut, mark the area where the steering wheel and shaft meet (use white-out), press off the steering wheel, Compess the shaft, remove the retaining clip(with the picks), remove horn spinner base, remove turn-signal assembly. I need to step back alittle bit, the plug, to the turn-signal, is half-way down the steering column, to unplug it you need to remove the lower dash panel, the bolts holding the column up inplace. The plug is in clear sight but the wiring harness is inside a plastic sheath, you'll see what I'm talking about.

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SOURCE: 2002 Tacoma when brake

check the type of bulb in the left turn signals. sounds like the wrong bulb has been installed

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SOURCE: When pressing the brake pedal,

check out the top lamp one filiment might be shorted inside lamp. if it is replace that lamp

Posted on Aug 10, 2011

SOURCE: vw golf chico 1.4 2004 brake pedal faulty

Check the brake switch, it may need adjustment or the rubber on the switch might be loose and on the pedal there is a pin and some sort of circlip. Check that also

Posted on Mar 26, 2012

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  1. Remove the silencer boot fasteners located around the base of the lower steering shaft from the dash panel so that it may be pushed aside.
  2. Remove the brake lamp switch from its mounting bracket.
  3. Disconnect the power brake booster input rod (push rod) from the pin on the brake pedal arm.
  4. If equipped with power adjustable pedals, remove the adjustable pedal assembly.
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  2. Remove the two screws that secure the heater core mounting plate to the HVAC air distribution
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    2. Remove the heater core by carefully pulling it straight out of the side of the air distribution housing.
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    1. If NOT equipped with power adjustable pedals, pull the accelerator pedal upward and push the brake pedal downward for clearance to install the heater core into the HVAC air distribution housing.
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