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  • ViperUSA
    ViperUSA - 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 - Brakes - 8/2/2010
    I need a right side brake hose. do you have a phone # I can call you?
  • ken w. thompson
    ken w. thompson - 2000 Dodge Intrepid - Brakes - 8/2/2010
    Why is there a grind / squeal at the rear brakes when the brakes are applied cold from not being used?
    The grind / squeal at the rear brakes started after a tire shop installed new rotors and pads aproximately 8,500 miles ago. I have removed the rear wheels to comfirm that the pads and rotors are indeed new. The noise always occurs during the first 2-3 braking uses ...
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  • Zookeeper87
    Zookeeper87 - 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 - Brakes - 8/1/2010
    Brake problems at slow speed
    Just as I am about to stop, like in a parking spot, the brakes will pulse and release for a few feet. It's like the ABS is releasing the brakes but it's summer and the tires aren't sliding?
    • HouseCallAuto
      8/1/2010 HouseCallAuto
      This has to be diagnosed with a scanner with live ABS data from each wheel. The cause will turn out to be one of the 4 wheel speed sensors. If there are any codes stored, they will tell which sensor is erratic.

      1. Monitor the wheel speeds on the scan tool to see if one is slower than the rest. Often the scan tool is not fast enough to identify the problem. On some systems the "decay" solenoid can be viewed. If it can be viewed then see which decay solenoid is activating that will tell which corner of the vehicle the problem is on.

      2. Another method would be to use a labscope to check the signals from each sensor while turning the wheel by hand and comparing to the other wheels.
  • Jared
    Jared - 1999 Dodge Durango - Brakes - 7/29/2010
    Does my vehicle have floating brake rotors?
    1999 dodge Durango 5.2 L V-8 engine
    • BTX16
      7/29/2010 BTX16
      Please elaborate, there's no available list for the floating brake rotor for your car. If I'm not mistaken your referring for Brake Disc/Rotor not a floating Brake Rotor. The term Floating Brake Rotor is mostly for Motorcycle.

      I think your car don't have a floating Brake Rotor.
  • Joe Fahnestock
    Joe Fahnestock - 1998 Dodge Dakota - Brakes - 7/26/2010
    I have a leak in my brake line on drivers side about half way back the line. what all do I need to replace this line?
    mileage is 169000. line is original and rusting out. there has been no previous work on brake lines
  • Nick Zeigler
    Nick Zeigler - 1999 Dodge Durango - Brakes - 7/25/2010
    Is there any way I can stop disk brakes from squeaking?
    I replaced both, the rotors and the pads. Also applied "quiet stop" goop on the backs of the pads, and there is still a nasty squeak. I'm wondering now if there is excessive play in between the pads and the caliper and the movement is causing this squeak to occur.
    • testdrive
      7/25/2010 testdrive
      the best way to eliminate the squeak is to replace the rotors and the pads with OEM
  • redsc33
    redsc33 - 1997 Dodge Neon - Brakes - 7/24/2010
    Front brakes are dragging
    disc in front drum in rear. No ABS
    • joe
      7/24/2010 joe
      are both right & left draging or is it pulling to one side or the other ?you could have an air bubble in the lines or you may have a caliper piston problem ? just a couple suggestions you can check that wont cost you more than a little of your time. i hope this helps.

      7/24/2010 redsc33
      both right and left are locking up. the drivers side is worst. I have replaced both calipers, shoes, rotors, and lines. bled the brakes several times. Still drag, worst when it is hot outside.
  • Marc
    Marc - 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan - Brakes - 7/22/2010
    Uneven brake wear on front of van
    brakes on passenger front wearing down faster than the driver front, why?
    • darkmind
      7/22/2010 darkmind
      Your brake caliper piston on the passenger side is sticking or defective.

      Your rotor disc is warped/glazed/uneven wear
    • HouseCallAuto
      7/22/2010 HouseCallAuto
      The caliper slides may be frozen.
  • john sweeney
    john sweeney - 1998 Dodge B1500 - Brakes - 7/22/2010
    Frount right brake not releasing wheel locks up
    i replaced rottors pads calibures
    • Bobby
      6/28/2010 Bobby
      after you replaced the rotor pads and caliper the right front wheel still locks up? That is usually a caliper problem. But if you all ready replaced the caliper then possible something else is causing the problem, check the brake lines make sure they are bleed correctly and you may want to flush the brake fluid to make sure there is nothing clogging thelines.
    • Kerry
      7/22/2010 Kerry
      try replacing the rubber line to the caliper
  • Lynn
    Lynn - 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 - Brakes - 7/17/2010
    What would cause both brake lights to fail when applying brake pedal?
    Brake lights suddenly won't come on when applying the brake pedal.
    • HouseCallAuto
      7/17/2010 HouseCallAuto
      blown brake light fuse or a bad brake light switch, in some occasional cases a bad turn signal switch
  • jaman
    jaman - 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 - Brakes - 7/14/2010
    Brake light stays on
    • HouseCallAuto
      7/14/2010 HouseCallAuto
      You have to check the brake light switch. Why do you mention "brake light" as in one brake light? Don't you mean brake lights (as in two)?
  • crcarrsr
    crcarrsr - 1999 Dodge Dakota - Brakes - 7/13/2010
    Abs and brake light is on
    • Chiekotz
      7/13/2010 Chiekotz
      This is a serious concern and your vehicle is unsafe in this condition. The brakes and ABS system should be inspected immediately to determine the nature of the problem. Regardless of the type of fault that occurred to trigger the ABS light, a code is recorded in the module's memory to help in diagnosing the problem. On certain cars this code can be retrieved by putting the ABS system into a diagnostic mode. The code is then sent out through the ABS warning lamp. The code number refers to a diagnostic chart in your car manual that must be followed to find the faulty part. On other cars, a scan tool must be plugged into the vehicle's diagnostic port (usually underneath the dash) to read out the fault code.
  • redsc33
    redsc33 - 1997 Dodge Neon - Brakes - 7/12/2010
    Change rear brake shoes
    • yboy82
      7/12/2010 yboy82
      Do you want to change your rear brake shoes? If you are and you want some idea on how to do it, just click this link you will see here a step by step guide on how to replace your brake shoe and what tools are needed to do it.
  • compay
    compay - 2002 Dodge Dakota - Brakes - 7/12/2010
    I press the brake pedal softly and it stops too hard
    • yboy82
      7/12/2010 yboy82
      Your brake adjustment is too high. Click this link you can see here how to perform brake adjustment and what tools are needed to do it. You can also find there an estimated cost if you Do-It-Yourself or if you take it to a service shop. If you want to take it to a service shop, just click the view details icon and you can find a shop by clicking the find shops icon. All you have to do is enter your address along with your ZIP code and select your vehicle’s make then click the search shops icon. You can find there the shop’s address, telephone # and their labor cost per hour.

  • debbie
    debbie - 2009 Dodge Journey - Brakes - 7/1/2010
    The caliper in the rear will not press in how do i do it
    • HouseCallAuto
      7/1/2010 HouseCallAuto
      If you see slots in the top of the piston, then you need to rotate the piston clockwise with a special tool that rotates and pushes at the same time.
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