Problems With Brake Override?

Answer Brake override is a relatively recent technology used by several carmakers such as Toyota. The technology uses sensors and electronics to engage the brake if the automobile accelerates suddenly. Mo... Read More »

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Problems With Brake Lines?

A brake system is composed of three primary elements: the master cylinder that sends fluid through the lines, the lines themselves, and the slave cylinders (brake calipers) that squeeze on the pad ... Read More »

Problems With Brake Rotors?

The caliper on the brake assembly clamps a pair of brake pads against the rotor to slow or stop the vehicle as you step on the brake pedal. All these components make up the brake rotor assembly, an... Read More »

Problems With a Brake Light Switch?

The brake light switch is an often ignored part of a motor vehicle, as most last the lifetime of the car. However, if your brake lights no longer work when you press the pedal, you may have a fault... Read More »

Brake Problems With an Oldsmobile Alero?

The 1999 Oldsmobile sales brochure states that the Alero is engineered to keep you "glued to the road" with crisp and nimble handling. This makes the Alero fun to drive. Some customers who register... Read More »