Question about Jeep Cherokee
Often crappy quality pads cause this feeling of no braking. you can bleed and bleed but major companies are selling brake parts that do not provide the type of friction and braking behaviour that the OE manufacturer required. What brand did you purchase?
Brake light is on? is that indicating you are low on fluid? if so you need to find out where it's going.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Initial testing: After you have removed the ebrake cable - kneel
in front of the rotor and give it a gentle shake (as if
you were removing it). Do you notice any PLAY between
the pads & rotor?? Make note of this.
For the TSM kit caliper adjustment instructions - visit here: Troubleshooting.htm#2 and click on "Adjust Caliper Parking Brake".
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