Question about 2000 Daewoo Nubira
My 2000 Daewoo Nubira Sedan has a weird problem with the Brakes. It doesn't seem to have it when the car is cold (first thing in the morning) but more after it has been driven five or ten miles and sets anywhere from a half hour to a few hours. The first few times the brakes are applied the pedal is hard and barely is applying hydraulic pressure then all of a sudden it jumps down (almost like a piston in the Master is bimding) to where it would be normally and the car stops fine. It does this a couple / few times and then all is well again until it sets again. If I had to guess I would say master cylinder because it doesn't pull when this happens however it has anti-lock brakes and I don't know if something there could be a problem. I've been a mechanic for 35 years and have never experienced anything like it.
Well i had problems with vacuum leaks to the booster and or any vacuum supply or even the intake gaskets if engine vacuum is not stable then you rob if from where you have it like the booster is like a storage for vacuum because it needs to be there for easy application of the brakes
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
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