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Picanto quantum 2014- when braking in wet-and I run over`a road expansion metal section` the brake pedal will `go solid` as if a `brick` was under the pedal

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SOURCE: Audi A3 diesel 2000 reg brake pedal going to the floor with engine running and heavy pedal pressure

you should have bench bleed the master cylinder first before installation return cylinder and get a new one than bench bleed it first than install it to car once installed you may have to bleed each wheel

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Where do you feel the vibration? if you feel it where you sit it is coming from back which is usually rear brakes. If you feel the vibration in your feet and hands it is coming from the front which could be your ABS or front brakes.

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either your calipers are sticking and need replacing. OR the hoses have failed internally. and need replacing.. very rare but possible the master cylinder is not allowing the fluid to return usually caused bu a booster failing and causing some down travel in the master cylinder. I'd start by raising the front end up. appling hard brake pressure. turn the tire.. then loosen the brake bleeder to check for pressure. if the bleeder sprays fluid and the brakes release forget the calipers. if they are still tight then replace the calipers. pump them up again if they released.. and break the line free at the master cylinder. if they don't release then replace the hoses..

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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when the abs is activated it will cause the brake pedal to jump in and out rapidly, and the ABS light will flash at the same time, is this what u are asking? is this normal? yes.

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SOURCE: brake hisses under the dash when i step on the brake pedal

this is caused by a defective leaking vacuum (that is the hiss) power brake booster diaphragm, replace the power brake booster.Use the link below for general instructions on replacing your booster, it is a diff car but the same type of part is on your car.
http://neptune.spacebears.com/cars/stories/booster.html

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Pressure is bleeding...start with the simplest fix: Replace the cap gasket.
They're cheap, and notorious for bleeding pressure before failing altogether.

When you park in the driveway tonight, go in and get a pair of jeans on and a flashlight and take a good look under the car for shiny/wet spots around the wheels.

You could have a bad cup liner in one of the wheels, and if it's cracked (aged) it will bleed a bit under pressure...not enough to make a puddle, but it will drip down the inside of the wheel.
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Assuming a new cap gasket and dry wheels; Your search for fluid leaks will have to expand, starting with the transition hoses (the rubber sections that are joined to the metal lines) just behind the brake calipers.


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