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My brakes sometimes make a really lound noise and feels like they arent working right

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Try looking @ your disc brake pads

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Your brake pads are worn or possibly your rotor is warped.

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Brake Problem


yes but up to a point
the brake pedal should move about 1" to take up the pedal free play and then be applied smoothly as you press further
the harder you press the more solid stopping action you will get
that way you can feel the brakes working so that you can adjust the braking action for stopping
there should be no hissing noise that occurs when the brakes are being applied
you say hydro booster which is hydraulic booster but a hissing noise will come from an air leak in a vacuum brake booster which indicates that it needs repalcing

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I was driving my 1992 Ford Explorer when all of a sudden I heard lound grinding noises. It sounded like metal dragging on the ground mixed with grinding gears and metal under the truck. When I looked


sounds like possible brake job if the truck didn't drive differently or you can feel light vibrations on the steering wheel...either way could be costly depnding on if you know how to change your brakes yourself :)

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91 sonoma wont turn over just wines


A whinning noise is usually from the starter spinning but not engaging with the flywheel.
The solenoid or bendix gear may not be working which would require a replacement starter.
If you heard a grinding noise, I would say some teeth are missing from the flywheel.

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My brakes feel like they arent going to stop.


This is most dangerous for you. I think that your power brake boost has failed, possibly due to a split vacuum hose. You can test this...
With the engine off, pump the brake pedal hard a few times. Then press down hard on the pedal and start the engine. You should feel the pedal sink perceptibly under your foot.
If this seems OK then your brake pads may be down to the metal on one or more wheels even though you here no noise. Remove the front wheels and have a look, as on p22 here (a later model).

http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/br.pdf

If the pedal feels spongy underfoot, and you can get better brakes by pumping the pedal vigorously, then there is air in the brake system, and it will need to be bled, as on p9

Dec 03, 2012 | 1988 Toyota Camry

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Wheel bearing , warped rotor , or tire balancing?


rotor would be my first shot

If touching the Brake pedakl makes the Wheel shudder and you might even feel it on the Brake pedal.. it's a front rotor

Sep 12, 2012 | 2001 Dodge Stratus

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There is a light grinding noise that can be heard while driving at parking lots speeds, it seems to be worse when turning left or right but will still make the noise while going straight, it can not be...


sounds a lot more like brake pads. sometimes after you get new brakes if they arent bled out right they are likely to do that-had a brake job recently?

May 20, 2011 | Honda Pilot Cars & Trucks

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Both front wheels feel like they need bearings , noise is so lound inside the car


with car parked, squat down and hold top of tire. see if it has playin and out.
go to auto repair shop or brake shop and ask them to check it out because you are concerned abdou the SAFETY factor.
Make sure you say safety when ask for help.
Parts and replacement is prob cheap for that car.

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