Friday, June 22, 2012

Fading Sinking Brake pedal?

When brakes are applied it feels like brake pedal is fading and sinking.
It feels like loose brake pedal.

In this case there are few things that needs to be inspected and checked.


  • Faulty brake master cylinder.
  • Worn, Damaged, or Faulty Wheel Cylinder.
  • Brake Rotor Has Worn Past Machining Specifications and Must Be Replaced.
  • Brake Drum Glazed or Excessively Worn.
  • Contaminated Brake Fluid.
This are the basic possibilities that has to be checked.
In most of cases any of the listed part will cause this brake fading or sinking issues.

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