[s-cars] Da bomb! Brake bomb, that is...
Strangconst at rogers.com
Wed Mar 8 14:30:31 EST 2006
Eric, I just had the luxury of replacing the return line.
Mine light was coming on intermittedly for a while, then one fine cold day
the return line split.
It's below the brake MC, and ducks behind the ABS pump.
My cost for the stealer 321 CAD.
It was a bitch to do, of course. Luckily being very cold up here that week,
my mechanic did it, and I just had to pay the bill.
You may want to look at that hose.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Phillips" <gcmschemist at gmail.com>
To: <s-car-list at audifans.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 11:11 AM
Subject: [s-cars] Da bomb! Brake bomb, that is...
>I have mentioned this before, and got some great feedback. So now, we
> narrow down the possiblities.
> Did the "push the pedal and count" for bomb testing. Lost track after
> 22. Bomb is good.
> Light stays on 20 seconds after start up, every time
> So, I need to look at the servo return line, right? Where is that?
> And if it keeps dripping, I need to replace the servo, right?
> Also, I've heard that crud collects in the little screens on the ends
> of the hydraulic hoses, and that this can cause slow pressure build
> up. (And the brake light to stay on for some time, until the pump can
> accumulate pressure in the bomb again.)
> Which lines to look at first? And stuff *not* to do when take them
> off/putting them back on?
> Eric "sorting the brakes one portion of the system at a time."
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