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This happens to several types of strollers especially when the strollers are folded frequently; A person with a short step or when walking slowly will encounter this problem less. If this happens too often secure the brake lever in the up position, cheapest way would be with "duct tape."

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I have a 1984 W model Kenworth prime mover. It is not running. I want to tow it. How do I release/disconect the air brakes so it will move freely.


Hi Peter:
- Trucks with air brakes are equipped with a "spring brake" that is automatically applied when there is low air pressure, and released by air pressure when the driver pushes the brake release knob.
- The brakes that have this function are the "double" chambered ones. There will be a push rod out one side, and a hole or "plug" on the other. There should be a threaded rod with 2 lugs on one end and a nut at the other, attached to the chamber. Remove this rod and the plug. Insert the lug end, fiddle it until the lugs slide through a slot, and a 1/4 turn will catch the lugs behind the spring plate. Now you tighten the nut to squeeze the spring which releases the brakes. BLOCK THE WHEELS BEFORE YOU DO THIS!
- If you have air available from another source, pressurize the truck system, BLOCK THE WHEELS, Release the brakes, and then install the release bolts as previously described.
This will release the brakes, but not necessarily the brake shoes from the drum depending on the conditions. Sometimes it's necessary to sweet talk the brake lever with a sledge hammer to rotate the brake assemble so that the shoes move away from the drums.
WORK SAFE!
- NEVER TRY TO DIS-ASSEMBLE A SPRING BRAKE!
- ALWAYS BLOCK THE WHEELS WHEN THE BRAKES ARE DISABLED.
Cheerfuls

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Hi, after bleeding my daewoo cielo brakes 1998 model still the pad is no longer going down


Do you mean pads or pedal?

If pads are stuck, either in disk, or off disk, then you ok need to remove caliper and ensure the pads and pin are free and not stuck or catching, this preventing movement.

If pedal isn't moving perhaps another rebleed would be worth trying. If they are stuck have you tried moving the car at all? My motorbike gets a rock hard lever till it rolls, as the pads aren't returning as they should, but the tiny variation in disk run out pushed them back. A good service of the calipers should allow easy return.

Obviously if this problem existed before the brakes were bled, then it's unrelated to the bless and likely to be the calipers or pads sticking, or something more involved with the master cyclinder or brake servo/assist systems etc, ie fluid isn't returning to the master cyclinder, this locking on the brakes.

May 29, 2015 | Daewoo Cars & Trucks

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Engine wont catch


Catch?
cranks fast
starts every time.
idles fine hot or cold , or both? hot idle not too fast.
i race engine , in park and neutral, I can hit 3500 rpm easy, can you.
i release brakes, (brakes are not packed in ICE , are they?)
I select 1gear or reverse (A/T or m/t)
the car moves or dont move, which is it, my guess catch = no move at all.
I try to drive, i look at RPM and MPH
RPM moves up and MPH track.
track means they both move in a linear progression.
RPM rises and for all RPM increases MPH also increases.
does it?
if all that works then we have an engine power issue.
weak on hills?

Jan 03, 2014 | 1998 Jeep Cherokee 4WD

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Brakes and barrin problems


I dont think you should be behind the wheel of anything but a grocery cart...
how can you only have back brakes yet you say your brakes in the back dont catch ???
gas gauge is inop and that has nothing to do with your ability to stop... please tell me you don't reside east of the Mississippi River !!!

I would be willing to bet your back brakes are probably leaking and completely inop. need to be serviced... check your front brakes as well...

as for the gas gauge. a new sending unit is probably what you need

Dec 30, 2013 | 1997 Ford Taurus

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04 Toyota Avalon brake question? Is it possible in any way that brakes could fail one minute, then work the next? Was with my friend as he drove and he noticed he had no brakes, I saw him trying to stop...


the master cylinder can bypass internally and go to the floor. you can usually pump them and they will catch and hold . and then it may not do it again for a while.

Jan 24, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Squeeling rear brakes - Out of ideas.


re move drum and shoes replace drum and rotate drum slowly to see where the drum catches then remove drum and tap back plate with hammer then try again untill its not catching ie both sides

Aug 18, 2012 | 1997 Dodge Stratus

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2005 navigator gear shift click.when i press on the brake and the car is in park i hear a click!


hi.
this is correct and perfectly normal. you may notice the same in neutral

it is a safety catch operated when you press the brakes, and it is supposed to lock the selector in the park position ( and neutral on most cars) until the brakes are pressed.
if you try to move the selector out of park (or neutral) with the engine running, and the brakes OFF, you should not be able to move the selector.

Apr 11, 2011 | 2005 Lincoln Navigator

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My daewoo nubira 98 makes a catching noise evreytime the rear wheels spin round while im braking from the rear brakes after ive just had new drums cylinders and shoes fitted. is it because its all new and...


Get your brakes checked by whoever done them.

Brakes shouldn't having catching sounds, I would remove the drums and check for any foreign items. New brakes you would sometimes hear a rubbing sound, but nothing sharp and catching as such.

Check: shoes for foreign bits, even small amounts of gravel etc,
Inside of drums for damage.
Shoe springs are all attached and connected to the right places.
Cylinders are not loose.

This should solve your problem.

Mar 23, 2009 | 1999 Daewoo Nubira

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Brakes


sound like you need a master cylinder

Jul 31, 2008 | 1989 Ford F 350

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