Ford Ecosport 1.5 Petrol Review

Today I had the opportunity to drive a Ford Ecosport 1.5 Petrol Titanium version and here's what I found about the Titanium version of...

Brake Pedal Goes Down Further Than Usual

When you press your car brake pedal and have notice that it goes down further than it used to be, there are two possible reasons that causes this kind of problem. Its either your car brake fluid is very low or your car brake shoe lining is worn.

To check which one of the two possible reason that causes your car brake pedal to goes down further that it used to be, first check if your car brake have sufficient brake fluid, open the hood of your car and check the level of your car brake fluid on the brake fluid reservoir, usually it is located on top of the car brake master cylinder, as you do not know, when your car brake fluid level is low your car brake pedal will travel further before it will stop because the lower your car brake fluid level the lower the pedal will travel, just simply add the required amount of brake fluid to correct the problem, but the reason on why your car brake fluid level is low is another problem to find out.

If your car brake fluid is at a normal level then the cause of having your car brake pedal to goes down than it used to be is that your car brake shoe lining is worn, usually a rear car brake is consisting of a drum brake system, drum brake is consist of brake shoes that when the brake pedal is press the shoes also press against the inside of a drum. If your car brake shoe lining is worn, your car brake pedal will have to be press down further than it used to be before your car brake shoe lining touches the inside of a drum. To correct the problem you have no choice but to bring your car to a reputable shop that specialized in car brake works, not unless you know how to replace your worn car brake shoe lining.

When replacing your car brake shoe lining, consider also to machine the drums before installing a new car brake shoe lining.

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