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Changed The belt – loosened flywheel to do it, didn’t realize brake cable was attached to back side. Need to readjust. Can’t find exploded view or service manual.

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CONSOLE DISPLAYING ERROR CODE 1, 2 OR 3

This is a brake error, indicating that the servomotor may not be working properly.

This is a brake error, indicating that the servomotor may not be working properly. Check the following items to resolve the issue: Is the brake cable seated properly in the slot on the brake? Make any necessary adjustments.
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Set the furniture dolly beside the elliptical. Stand on one side of the elliptical and have your moving assistant stand on the opposite side. Carefully, and being sure to lift with your legs, lift the elliptical simultaneously with your assistant, and slowly move it to place it on the furniture dolly.
If your brakes go out, you want to do three things. First, downshift to a lower gear. Second, if you have regular brakes pump the brake pedal fast and hard to build up brake fluid pressure. If the brakes haven`t started working after three or four pumps go on the step three which is use the parking brake.
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If you are using the elliptical machine, aim for an RPM of 85-90. It may take some practice to do this. For the first few minutes, keep a moderate resistance (2-8) until you feel comfortable with a higher cadence.

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A brake system is designed to slow and halt the motion of vehicle. To do this, various components within the brake system must convert vehicle`s moving energy into heat. This is done by using friction. Friction is the resistance to movement exerted by two objects on each other.
Brake pads and shoes are generally thought to be good between 30,000-35,000 miles in urban use. In less demanding situations like highway driving in light traffic, brakes may last 80,000 miles or more.
In certain cases, depending on the model of vehicle, when the ABS module fails, the brake pedal may become unresponsive. This is an obvious problem, as an unresponsive brake pedal will not stop a vehicle, or will not be able to do so in an adequately safe manner. In most cases, this will happen slowly, over time.
This can be due to a number of problems: a leak in a brake line, a loss of pressure within the master cylinder itself due to a failed seal, or air being introduced into the braking system. Your first reaction to encountering spongy brakes should be to rapidly pump the brake pedal with your foot.
If your brake service warning light is always on, it could be due to a need for parking brake adjustment, worn brake pads, or hydraulic issues. If your brake service warning light turns on when you hit the pedal, it could be due to hydraulic loss on one side of your vehicle or low brake fluid in the master cylinder.
If your brake service warning light is always on, it could be due to a need for parking brake adjustment, worn brake pads, or hydraulic issues. If your brake service warning light turns on when you hit the pedal, it could be due to hydraulic loss on one side of your vehicle or low brake fluid in the master cylinder.
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The answer is very simple: consult your owner`s manual! It`s so obvious, but many people don`t remember to check the manual before choosing the type of gasoline for the car. If it says regular (87), use regular. If it says premium (91), use premium.
This message indicates the vehicle`s parking brake is not working as intended. If you park your car on a hill or incline, the emergency brake can malfunction, and there is a risk that your vehicle will roll away.
The Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) system is a push-button operated device which, through an electrical signal, operates a mechanism while locking the vehicle`s brakes. When a fault occurs in the EPB, a warning lamp is activated indicating that a fault has occurred in the system.
When your car`s brake warning light comes on, it tells you something is wrong with the braking system; it can`t be put off or ignored until later—the price for doing so could very expensive and very dangerous.
When your car`s brake warning light comes on, it tells you something is wrong with the braking system; it can`t be put off or ignored until later—the price for doing so could very expensive and very dangerous.

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2001 klf300 rear brake drum is ineffective. I
ANSWER : That looks like a mongoose black comb. I dont know y the brakes would not be working i have a blackcomb my self and i can ride it up or down a creek and still have breaks im not really sure what would cause the brakes to not work google it. id suggest or call the manufacture

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Our 1996 Ski-Doo MXZ brakes won’t bleed, we took the caliper apart to clean it because the brakes were freezing up on it when they heated up. So my husband cleaned the caliper and put it back on and the breaks won’t bleed at all now. There doesn’t seem to be anything in the line, but the fluid will not flow through when he bleeds them…now what??
ANSWER : The problem is in the master cylinder, There are two small holes at the bottom of the master. the first one (the bigger of the two) is closest to where the brake handle pushes on the plunger should be clean. The second one is the problem it will be plugged with rust . You will need a 12 thousands of an inch drill to clean this out. What I used was a torch tip cleaner. very carefully clean the hole out and blow air into the bleeder in the brake caliper if it is clean you should have mist coming out the small hole you just cleaned. put new brake fluid in (dot 4) bleed the air out things should be back to normal.

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Need to know if their are brake ajustments inside keeps backlash
ANSWER : Call Laura at Coastline Service Center. They are a warranty, service, and parts center for Shimano. Laura is a true pro and can be reached at 919-736-3859.

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I have a wildwood le 25bhbs and the only towing lights working are my signal lights. can’t get running lights or brake lights to work. I saw where it looked like the towing harness may have been pinched. So I repaired that, but, they still do not work. Any ideas? Is there a fuse somewhere I need to check? Do I need to hook the trailer up to my trailer hitch before they will work? Is there a wiring diagram or repair manual somewhere I can get? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
ANSWER : There should be an inline fuse, check that first.

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Replacing rear brake pads on a 2006 yamaha raptor 700
ANSWER : Open bleeding nipple slightly insert anything flat and push back piston ,lock bleeding nipple put pads in and pump brakes

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The front brake wont release to install the tire. please help!!!
ANSWER : Remove the front wheel at the axel and move it around so that the front brake pads can be pushed closer together. Once you push the brake pads, the cable should have enough slack to allow one end to come out of the holder. Now the brake pads should be able to spread far apart so you can remove the wheel/tire assembly.
Gary

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How do i adjust my disc brakes on my bike. i have to pull them all the way in to work
ANSWER : First off, there are two kinds of disk brakes on bicycles; cable actuated and hydraulic. Your adjustment will be very different depending upon which type you have.

If you don’t know what type you have it is easy to tell, there will be a brake cable sticking out the end of the caliper if they are cable actuated. If they are hydraulic, you won’t see any cables on the calipers.

I can tell you now if you have hydraulic brakes you may not want to attempt this at home. They require a special bleeding kit specific to the particular brand and model that you might have. You will also need special brake fluid depending upon the brand of brakes, they are not universal, some use mineral oil others use particular DOT fluids. Additionally if you have hydraulic brakes and the levers are going all the way to the handlebars, then it sounds like you may have a bigger problem and have air in the lines and need a brake bleed job.

If you have cable actuated disc brakes then you can easily adjust them yourself with only a 5mm Allen wench.

First, run out the cable barrel adjuster on your brake lever until it is almost out.
Second, using the 5mm Allen wrench, loosen (don’t remove) the cable clamp at the caliper. Now hold the cable end in one hand and push the actuating lever up until the pads contact the rotor. It is spring loaded so you will have to hold it in place with one, pull the cable through and then tighten the cable clamp.

Third, go back to the brake lever and you should not have any “play” in the lever or very little. Turn the cable barrel adjuster back into the brake lever and this will ease the brake pads off the rotor and allow the wheel to turn freely.

Often it will take several minute cable adjustments to get it right.

If the rotor is rubbing on the inner brake pad, you can adjust that pad in or out using the 5mm Allen wrench. The inner pad is “fixed” and doesn’t move when the brakes are applied. You can access the Allen head bolt through the spokes with the long end of the wrench and make minor adjustments of 1/4 turn at a time. It could be tight, so you might need to put a box end wrench on the end of the Allen wrench to turn it.

Hope this helps and post any further questions.

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