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Loose brake - 2012 Mazda 2 Sport 4dr Hatchback 1.5L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual

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  • william rodriguez Apr 16, 2014

    Hi Claman , I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

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    Claman Apr 16, 2014

    Check brake pads they are ok but the pedal are too deep when brake

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    David Gerzseny Apr 16, 2014

    need to know what you mean by "lose brake". Not a typical term used to describe a brake problem. Is the pedddle low? Trouble stopping? Noises? Need more info.

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    David Gerzseny Apr 16, 2014

    A low pedal means you may need to bleed the brake system because you have air in the lines. DIsc or shoes? If you have rear shoes instead of pads put the car in reverse and slam on the brakes. That will readjust those shoes if they are too low. One other problem could be a bad vacuum canister. You can fix that yourself if you are mechanically inclined but not a fun job. A bad canister will eventually make it impossible to stop.

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    David Gerzseny Apr 16, 2014

    Yes,, take the cover off the brake fluid resevoire and check to see if it is low. Look behind all the brakes to detect any leaks around the hub. You also could have a leak in a cylinder or a leak in one of the brake lines. Trace all the brake lines for signs of leaks.

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Check the brake fluid level and make sure it is full. If the brake fluid level is good, you may need the brakes bled as there can be air in the line.

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Check and adjust rear brake shoes. That will also bring up the pedal

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