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Brake Pedal Creeping


Created On Monday 11, July, 2011 9:26 AM by andyh

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andyh
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Note Monday July 11, 2011 09:26 View thread in raw text format
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Hi all

Hopefully someone can help me as Im going crazy.

Basically my 1.9 Diesel Citroen ZX's (k reg) brake pedal v slowley creeps downwards when the brake is applied to be fair a lot of pressure needs to be applied but it creeps.

Ive replaced the following with new.

Front, discs, pads, calipers,
Rear, shoes, cylinders, springs.
Master Cylinder and Brake Servo.

ANy help would be greatly appreciated, or maybe this is normal behavior.

Thanx in advance

Andy
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WilliamFritz
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Note Friday November 18, 2011 07:11 View thread in raw text format
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Most of us were taught in driver's education that you should use only your right foot for both the accelerator and the brake pedals. Total output of the combined drive train, electric and gas running together. The third generation Prius is an all new platform, and has sporty aspirations.

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KyleAdam
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Note Monday December 19, 2011 02:56 View thread in raw text format
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You can determine by yourself whether your car has warped disc brake rotors by firstly depressing the brake pedal slowly at ten miles per hour on a deserted street.I would say it is pertinent to have pedal extensions for safety reasons and to avoid accidents due to our negligence.

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