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  • Gilles
    Gilles - 2007 Jeep Liberty - Brakes - 12/25/2012
    Why Low oil level in master cylinder
    Keep filling oil regularly and no sign of leak on garage floor.
    • CVO
      12/25/2012 CVO
      Brake fluid is leaking from the primary piston of the master cylinder to the power brake booster. Check the power booster, you will see a slightly wet in that area.
    • rick
      12/25/2012 rick
      After finding the problem and fixing it make sure to wash everything real well . Brake fluid will eat paint and undercoating like you've never seen . And turn everything to rust .
      12/25/2012 rick
      Merry Cristmas
  • omer
    omer - 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Brakes - 12/20/2012
    Car controller display not work. It's auto off don't no what happened.
    Bottom of Ac buttons there is a controller for car gates and other options is auto off trying to solve but no idea what happened
    0 answer
  • joe
    joe - 2009 Jeep Wrangler (JK) - Brakes - 12/11/2012
    How to bleed brakes after replacing all calipers? Do you have do anything to abs while bleeding brakes.
    Just replace all calipers cause it keeps getting stuck.
  • zolfagharbik
    zolfagharbik - 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Brakes - 12/11/2012
    How to bleed master cylinder
    • Jimm
      12/11/2012 Jimm
      Check the 'How-To-Guides' feature on the AutoMD website for the specific steps to bench bleed the master cylinder.
  • spokanenurse
    spokanenurse - 1990 Jeep Wagoneer - Brakes - 12/9/2012
    Looking for abs pump for this jeep
    • Jimm
      12/9/2012 Jimm
      Try the many on-line auto parts sources, such as; or for the replacement parts, such as the ABS pump.
  • spokanenurse
    spokanenurse - 1990 Jeep Wagoneer - Brakes - 12/9/2012
    Looking for abs pump for this jeep
    0 answer
  • heinrichs.joshua
    heinrichs.joshua - 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Brakes - 11/21/2012
    Vehicle chugging to a stop.
    When I am coming down from about 65 to 50 my brakes begin to chugg and the vehicle shakes a little but once i'm in the 20 to 30 range the vehicle is fine and I can come to a complete stop normally with the exception of some times when coming to a complete stop the ...
    0 answer
  • Nate
    Nate - 2007 Jeep Wrangler (JK) - Brakes - 11/20/2012
    What causes the steering wheel to jog right and left when the brakes are applied?
    Only occurs at random. Seems too violent than rotors to me.
    0 answer
  • knifes69
    knifes69 - 1999 Jeep Wrangler (TJ) - Brakes - 11/11/2012
    When I brake, my brake pendal shakes, could it be that the ABS Control Module needs to be repaced.
    I own a 1999 Jeep Wrangler Sahara.
    • Jimm
      11/11/2012 Jimm
      The shaking may also indicate the brake rotors are warped - common issue. Try the many on-line auto parts sources, such as; or for the replacement parts.
  • mike
    mike - 1998 Jeep Wrangler (TJ) - Brakes - 11/9/2012
    Why does my car want to stall when I step on the brakes?
    1998 jeep wrangler
    0 answer
  • 04wjbender
    04wjbender - 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Brakes - 11/9/2012
    Why is my steering wheel pulsating?
    When I am driving in speeds 45+ and tap brakes to slow down the steering wheel will pulsate uncontrollably. I replaced the steering stabilizer recommended by a former wj owner. Keep in mind my jeep only has 65,000 miles on it and is in immaculate shape. I've been ...
    • Ray
      11/9/2012 Ray
      Sounds like rotors, but you might want to rotate the tires and check the suspension (track bar mounts) for looseness.
  • keith
    keith - 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Brakes - 10/25/2012
    How do I fix my tail light issue
    When the tail lights are off, the brake light turn signal work. When the tail lights are on and you hit the brakes or use turn signal, the tail light goes out. It comes back on when you let off the brakes or turn off the turn signal.
    0 answer
  • sjteepee
    sjteepee - 2005 Jeep Liberty - Brakes - 10/24/2012
    Emergency Brake Assembly
    Need info on emergency brake assembly? Is a special tool required
    0 answer
  • lisa gottschalt
    lisa gottschalt - 2001 Jeep Cherokee - Brakes - 10/20/2012
    What causes brake fluid to need refilled every 4-5 days?
    There is no puddle under the jeep after it sits. I have to push the brakes pretty far to stop. Wouldn't a leak leave puddles? What else could cause heavy usage? Does the fluid only leave the resovoir when needed and do any leaks in brake lines only leak when u ...
    • HouseCallAuto
      10/20/2012 HouseCallAuto
      Someplace you have a wet spot in your Jeep for sure. either the brake fluid is wetting the inside of a wheel or a line is rusted and weeping fluid but I gotta tell ya, you are just not looking hard enough. You have a leak. Follow the steel lines with an led light all the way back to the rear wheels and if they are ok then remove the tires one at a time and check for brake fluid leaks from the calipers in the front and at the rear wheel cylinders if it has rear drum brakes. You have a leak. If there are no evident leaks at the lines or wheels, confirm that the master cylinder area is dry and if dry unbolt the master leaving the lines attached and pull back the master from the vacuum booster a few inches and see if brake fluid is leaking out the rear seal of the master and getting sucked up into the vacuum booster interior where it would then end up being sucked into the power brake booster vacuum supply hose and ultimately fed to the air intake stream of the engine and of course then it would be digested with the engine fuel and air. This situation I doubt very much though.
    • felplay auto repair.
      Oil leak somewhere, you need to remove the tires and inspect the calipers and follow the oil lines..
  • garlickj
    garlickj - 2009 Jeep Wrangler (JK) - Brakes - 10/11/2012
    Esp/bas, tractions control, and abs lights
    ive gone on to jeep forums and a lot of other people have had the problem as well. they all say its a speed sensor. what i want to know is how to determine witch one to replace. im guessing its the front right one because thats the tire that seems to be braking by ...
    0 answer