My car has brake problem. Some times on non paved roadswith a speed of 2mph the brake pedal kick back with a vibration to the pedal and a sound comes. The same things happens when you drive on ashphalt roads and a sudden brake application. Is this any relation with ABS or sensor. I changed the master cylinder and all the discs,front and rear but no change. I even adjusted the wheen disc in a lathe since the mechanic told that it has got bend.But when we ump the brake there will not be any problem but sometimes the brake slips irrespective of the speed. Please help me
Brake pad kickback when apply brake with sound and getting no brake, jst slip a on 2003 Toyota Camry
by fasal in Clinton, IA on March 20, 2013
4 answers 3 comments
ANSWER by arturo08 , March 20, 2013
review when brake fluid was flushed last. could be due if not enough pressure to activate. it could also be a problem with the calipers. ask mechanic if there were any problems releasing the calipers. gravel roads always hard on calipers. worst case is it could be a collapsed brake line. ask mechanic about calipers first.
ANSWER by pushrod , March 21, 2013
Have system scanned for TROUBLE codes!! Light on?
ANSWER by ziptie12 , March 21, 2013
Damaged or broken reluctor ring??
COMMENT by pushrod , March 21, 2013
Or wire/connector @ wheel speed sensor! Scanner find it every time, while driving, but light most of the time will come on.
COMMENT by fasal , March 22, 2013
no light comes, will the light flash when the ABS activate??????????
COMMENT by ziptie12 , March 22, 2013
the ones I'm familiar with do.
ANSWER by milesauto , March 20, 2013
Could be a normal thing if you brake hard on a gravel, wet grass, or slick road. The ABS system kicks in when it senses a wheel that may be sliding on pavment. Likely there is nothing wrong.