Question about 2002 Kia Sportage
There is no pressure regulator in the front brakes system. The harder you press the pedal the more braking action. There is an equaliser in the rear brake line to prevent rear lock up under moderate brakes and this is all over ridden by the ABS system when it sensors a locked wheel situation.
Posted on Jan 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi check all your brake linnings for contamination especially brake fluid on the linnings if this is ok you have a build up of pressure if its possible for you drive till the brakes start to lock up get out go to each wheel see if any of them is getting hot if so the problem is on that wheel jack it up to see if the wheel is locking if its red hot it will be sticking then try the rest of the wheels one at a time jack them up see if its one wheel or all if its one wheel release the bleed nut on that wheel see if it releases if it does it must be fitted with a pressure regulator to that wheel replace it . now if its all wheels its more likely to be the brake master cylinder or if fitted pressure regulator that supplies all the wheels a long shot i cannot see but better to mention it the brake pedal is not sticking and holding down yates210456
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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