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What do you call the shiny silver thing on the car that helps brake?

January 23rd, 2011 · No Comments

The round silver disks on a car and the thing that presses the disk so that the car can stop?
- Brake discs are the round things. Brake pads press on the disc to slow the wheels. Calipers push the pad onto the disc.
Yes that is how much they cost for a BMW to have larger than standard discs. Those aren’t the standard size for the BMW E36 iirc…those are larger hence the new calipers. Just replacing damaged or worn discs will be considerably less as (more…)

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How do you change a brake light bulb on a Nissan note?

December 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

I have opened the boot and unscrewed both bolts holding light in but it still wont move, is there any other things i have missed or does it need a bit of force to pull out. There is no access panel and it has only 2 bolts which when removed the whole fitment is loose but wont come away from car body.

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BBR Rear Disk Brake Kit Instructions

December 24th, 2009 · No Comments

Thank you for the purchase of this rear disc brake kit for the CRF/XR50! Everything is included in this kit to add a rear disc brake to your BBR Perimeter Aluminum Frame kit based motorcycle. If you are adapting this kit to the OEM Honda frame or another aftermarket frame kit, you will need our adapter kit PN 550-HXR-5050. Because installation of this kit is beyond the control of BBR Motorsports, Inc, we cannot accept responsibilty for misuse or improper installation. This kit is intended only for use on off-road motorcycles. These instructions are intended only as a supliment to the proper Honda service manual. If the installation of this product is beyond your technical abilities please refer to qualified service personel.

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1928-59 GM Disc Brake Conversion Kits CP702, CP706, CP711 Installation Instructions

September 11th, 2009 · No Comments

1. Remove early Chevy drums, brakes and backing plates from spindles. Make sure you retain the bearing nut and keyed washer.
2. Thoroughly clean grease and dirt from spindle. Check for cracks or damage.
3. Using one of the original bolts in the forward hole re-install the steering arm in its stock location on the spindle. Using the hardware supplied in the kit install the caliper mounting bracket on the rear of the spindles as shown in the figure. Insert the 1/4’’ thick round spacers between the braket and the spindle. Check for adequate clearance between the bracket and spindle. Trim bracket if necessary.

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AODE Transbrake Instructions

August 9th, 2009 · No Comments

This transbrake has been thoroughly tested before being packed and shipped. Proper operation depends on following a few basic instructions. As you may know, the AODE/4R70W transmissions are computer controlled and must retain all wiring connections inside and outside the transmission. The following photos will help with the installation and operation of this transbrake.

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OmniTrac Brake Control Installation Guide

July 24th, 2009 · No Comments

Drilling or use of longer screws may damage unit.
1. Securely mount bracket to a solid surface.
2. Insert supplied #6 x 3/8″screws on each side into the mounting holes.
3. Adjust control to desired position and tighten screws until snug.
4. Once the brake control is securely mounted, point the Internal Sensor Adjustment Arm down to the ground.

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Brake Warning System Installation Instructions

April 3rd, 2009 · No Comments

Reference the appropriate Ford Shop Manual as needed and use proper shop practices to protect personnel and vehicle.
1. Disconnect battery negative cable.
2. Locate the OEM GRAY, 6-pin connector above and forward of the park brake pedal. Plug BROWN, 6-pin connector from BWS501D-A into OEM connector. Ensure that the connector is fully seated. An additional RED blunt-cut wire is available on the “ignition-hot” power circuit of the BWS501D-A harness for factory use. This circuit is NOT fused by the BWS501D-A harness. Any circuits attached to this wire must be fused separately.

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Brake & Torque Converter Controller Installation and Operation Manual

March 30th, 2009 · No Comments

Exhaust Brake and/or Torque Converter Controller Kit Contents
• Integrated Control Module.
• Harness with labeled connections for a hassle-free install. Every possible convenience was included in the harnessing to ensure an easy installation experience.
• Small Parts Bag. A baggie containing fuse taps, taps, connectors, and zip-ties and such has been included to aid your installation.
• Optional Plug in Kits for your model year and make vehicle (if purchased with unit) (may also be purchased after initial sale)

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Brake Fluid Exchanger BFX-1 Operator Manual

October 16th, 2008 · No Comments

Verify that the Brake System does not have any malfunctions. If the system is found to be malfunctioning verify that the malfunction will not interfere with the exchange process. Perform all necessary repairs prior to exchanging.
1. Verify that the vehicle engine is off.
2. Verify new and used fluid tank levels. Add new fluid or empty used as required.
3. Verify that all Switches and Attention Lights on the BFX control panel are OFF.
4. Connect red (positive) clamp on power cable to red (positive) terminal on vehicle battery.

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