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Why does my tigra alarm keep going off for no reason at all
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi. im sure that brake pads are the right reference to your car, but did you cut the disc surface? if you didn´t you must wait until the brake pad surface be in complet contact with the disc surface, meanwile your pedal brake will be to soft because it makes kind of elastic movement in the brake pump. maybe that´s the problem, just wait a few more brakes and see what happens. hope this help you.
Posted on May 06, 2009
check ya battery thats normally the cause
good bat 12.4v bad bat anything below 11.8v
With the engine running
good 13.8-14.8v bad anything below 13.0v
if below 13.0v when running the alternator is broken
Hope i help
Posted on May 17, 2010
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Posted on May 31, 2012
Not so simple..The front pads are easy to replace..the pads are cheap and the caliper piston is pushed back without hassle..The rear brakes need a special tool to push the piston back because it needs to be pushed back and turned at the same time...I actually had to take my entire calipers off the back cause I made the mistake of stepping on the brake peddle which pushed the piston out all the way so I could not even get my old pads on again to take the car to somebody who knows what they are doing resulting in having to take both calipers off and taking them to a workshop to have them do it for me...taking off the calipers means having to bleed the entire brake system in a cross bleed way meaning front left, front right,rear left rear right and having to go drive the car with weak brakes and bleed again till all the air was out..not an easy job..I would recommend getting the tool to push the piston back before hand, as far as I could see the mechanic used a torque craft kit that comes in a plastic case...looks like some clamps and a screw...not a very impressive little looking tool but does work.
Posted on Dec 21, 2012
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