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The brake pedal travel is too great before actual stopping begins. The truck has 65,000 miles, and it has new brakes on all wheels...more

After a close inspection I really didn't need to replace anything, but I did anyway and everything looked to be fine. After a few days the problem had not repeated itself...more

I am bullish on K&N regarding increased power gains with Fuel Injection Performance Kits (FIPK), or alternative arrangements versus stock intakes...more

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Finishing the job by bleeding the brakes at all four wheels. There was no problem in the front, but when I tried bleeding the rears...more

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Infinity recommends on the '96 G20 that the brake system be drained, refilled and bled every 30,000 miles with DOT-3 brake fluid, preferably Nissan Brand, of...more

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I just bought a new Jeep Cherokee, and now I'm afraid to drive it. I hadn't gone more than a few miles when the brakes went out. The pedal went all the way to the floor...more

sometimes when I hit the brakes hard the rear of the car skids sideways. The brakes are fairly new and the repair shop that installed them can't find a problem. Any ideas...more

So the first thing to do is confirm that the unit you have installed is the correct upgrade. Aside from that, the fact that the brakes release when you pull up on...more

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The normal idle drops from about 1100 rpm to about 700-800 rpm, and then immediately returns to 1100rpm when you take your foot off the brake...more

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