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Auto spare parts HT250 casting trailer and truck brake disc brake disc for truck trailer

1.Truck brake disc nodular graphite iron casting.

2.equipped with Disa sand process line.

3.With ISO9001:2000 and ISo/TS16949:2009 certificates

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Auto spare parts iron casting HT250 truck brake disc brake disc

uto spare parts HT250 casting iron trailer and truck brake disc

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Q:Just put on a complete brake system on a 1992 cutlass ciera cruiser?
if you can't get it to bleed the air out, that means that the line is getting air into it from a crack possibley, or the little valve on the back of the caliper is not shutting off all the way and your getting air in there. Close the valve and pump the brakes for a few times hard. then inspect every inch of that line for leaks. It is also possible that the lines ARE bled and the brake caliper piston is stuck. on a 92 it is possible that the piston is stuck, especially if you live up north where they salt the roads a lot in the winter.
Q:What do I need to service to my brakes?
if the pads are good then grease the backing plates. bleed the system. look for buldges in the lines, if found replace line. if all checks out, it could be the master cylinder leaking
Q:what makes the brake light in the dashboard come on in a 99 ford tarus?
Brake system not holding pressure Leak at one of the ports Bad proportioning valve Defective brake sensor If car jumps while driving, ABS ring broken
Q:If a leak develops in the brake system of a vehicle, you may experience:?
I go with what Stuck_ in says. Good answer and good advice as well
Q:I have bled the brake lines, replaced wheel cylinders,master cylinder, and booster but still air in system?
I hope you bench-bled the master cylinder before you installed it, and checked all the flex lines to make sure they're not bulging. If you have properly bled the M/C and the flex lines are all right, there's a two-person bleeding procedure that works really well to force air out of non-ABS brake systems. If it's necessary, be sure you have the proportioning valve hold-off tool GM makes for their brakes systems. Install that in the proper place on the master cylinder to make sure the valve doesn't close. If it does, you have to switch to the other brake circuit and start the bleeding procedure over again. Once the proportioning valve is open, have someone pump the brake pedal 4-5 times and hold it down while you crack the bleeder valve. Wait until the fluid runs steady, then close the valve and have the person in the car slowly release the pedal and repeat. Do this for however long it takes to bleed the air from that caliper. I'm assuming you're doing this right, by having a full container of just-unsealed brake fluid in the reservoir for the brake circuit you're bleeding and *bleeding the calipers in the proper order*. If you don't follow the order specified in the repair manual, you aren't properly bleeding the brake circuits and you'll have trapped air. After you've bled with the forced method, you can finish up with gravity bleeding again. It will probably take you a while to get the air out this way, but it's the most thorough procedure. Remember: Never use brake fluid in plastic containers or any kind that's been opened previously, because DOT 3 and 4 are hygroscopic and absorb water for however long their container has been unsealed. Your problem may be wet brake fluid. Good luck!
Q:I need help with my engineering assignment?
braking is the removal of energy. Regenerative braking will be used in the future because the energy removed will be stored and used to propel the vehicle
Q:Whats wrong with my brake pads?
Have your brake system checked. Most braking is done by the front brakes. The front brakes have to be changed twice as often as the rear. Pads usually have to be replaced every 30,000 miles, and the shoes every 60,000. I would check your service records, the front probably have been replaced at some point, and the back are the original. The ABS light can be as simple as a fuse, check that, and then you may need to look as the sensors.
Q:Is the mechanic being honest when fixing the brake system?
Have them tell and show you exactly what they want to replace and why. If they are doing a complete brake job for that money it sounds about right. To the person here who suggests they figure out who has money and how to get it.that may be how you operate but most shops are reputable and don't pull that kind of stuff on customers.
Q:I have a problem with a 1978 Chevy Corvettes brake system. I cant figure out why it wont stop?
When you replaced the booster did you make sure that the small push rod on the back was adjusted same as where itwas when you removed old one where it fits to the brake pedal there is a small adjustment bolt there ,and disc brakes have a different length rod to drum brakes.When you purchase new booster they come with both size rods.
Q:do places like midas, merlins, car dealers clean brake systems before beginning work on them?
this has been on the news b4.brake shops work on them and start to charge u for EVERY LITTLE thing.if u want the brake rotors, drums, pads, calipers etc to be cleansd they would most likely charge u for each.other wise they would just go to work on them. P.S if it needed to get replaced they wouldnt tell u unless u ask becuz they want u to come baq to spend more money.so ask b4 hand.like i sed it was on the news

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