car repairs


Question by  evilpeter29 (15)

How do I fix a rear disc brake conversion problem on my car?


Answer by  thattractorguy (2970)

Without knowing what make or model of car, or what the symptoms of the problem are, I would suggest taking it back to the person who did the conversion. Since they did the work, they will be more familiar with it.


Answer by  Mike7370 (6)

That is a wide open question. Insure that you are using the correct parts and are following the instructions completely. Brakes are not a good place to get it half right. Determine if the parts are installed properly and that the lines are bleed properly. Alignment of the rotor and calipers are key.


Answer by  mb (5482)

The most common problem is poor brake pads. Spend the cash to get high quality pads on your brakes. You life may depend on it.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Your question is too vague for me to give an exact answers. There are a lot of different problems that could arise from installing rear disk brakes on an old car with drums. I would suggest being more specific in your question. Otherwise you should contact whoever sells the conversion kit and see if the offer technical support.


Answer by  Jsands1982 (871)

The way to fix a rear disc conversion is to buy parts to rebuild it. You do not want this problem because the disc brakes themselves colud damage your vehicle.


Answer by  japratt (1687)

In order to fix the rear disc repair problem on your care you are going to need to get under your car. Once uder the car you can fix this by replacing the conversion.

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