The Brake Warning is Light On?
This may be caused by a leak or lack of fluid or faulty master cylinder or servo, which will render your brakes not fully functional. It could also be a faulty sensor or electrical fault.
The ABS Warning Light is On?
Fault in the ABS Braking system
I experience Brake Fade?
Incorrect, distorted or heat effected linings, Overloaded Vehicle or Rear Brakes not working properly
Air in System or distorted or faulty linings
Long Pedal Travel
Loose or worn Bearings, Disc Run Out, Drum Brakes need adjustment or Fluid leak
Handbrake maladjusted or Seized Caliper Pistons
Poor Braking caused by incorrect or glazed linings, Servo inoperative,
seized Caliper pistons, faulty Master Cylinder or Poorly bedded in linings
Weak or ineffective handbrake
Worn rear brake pads or faulty rear calipers or worn handbrake shoes
Brakes Pulling or locking up
Faulty drum or Disc, Unsuitable Tyre pressure, Worn Linings or Seized Caliper Pistons
Fall in Brake fluid Level
Worn pads, Brake fluid leak in:- calipers; brake cylinders hose connections, wheel cylinders or brake pipe work
Incorrect pads fitted, Worn retaining pins, No pad dampening shims
Loss of pedal
Master Cylinder failure, Burst pipe or hose, Fluid seal leak in calipers or wheel cylinders. Overheated or vaporized Brake Fluid.
Pedal Flutter (pulsing pedal)
Distorted discs or oval drums
Brake Pad Glazed or bluing apparent
Pad has probably overheated
Caliper piston stuck or uneven operation
Corroded or worn Caliper slides
Uneven Pad Wear
Corroded or worn caliper slides, ceased piston, incorrect brake fitting