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Old 02 Sep 2008, 12:26 am
mermayd
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Default 94 Honda Passport 4/4 brakes are locking while driving.

It started a few months ago, every so often while Im driving on the
hwy, my truck would start shaking. I had no idea what it was, but it
always went away after about 5-10 minutes. Then last month I was
driving and it stated shaking again, only this time when I stopped and
tried going again, it was like my brakes were on. I pressed the
brakes and they were super tight. By the time I got home (bout 10
minutes) all four of my wheel wells had smoke coming out of them. I
took it to a mechanic and he said that all my brakes are fine, pads
are fine and has no idea why or what its doing. He said he drove it
and it never happened to him.

Has anyone experienced this or might know whats causing it?!?!

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Old 02 Sep 2008, 12:56 am
TE Chea
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Default Re: 94 Honda Passport 4/4 brakes are locking while driving.

> Has anyone experienced this or might know whats causing it?!?!
mysterios get no info fr me


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Old 02 Sep 2008, 08:07 am
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Default Re: 94 Honda Passport 4/4 brakes are locking while driving.

mermayd wrote:
> It started a few months ago, every so often while I�m driving on the
> hwy, my truck would start shaking. I had no idea what it was, but it
> always went away after about 5-10 minutes. Then last month I was
> driving and it stated shaking again, only this time when I stopped and
> tried going again, it was like my brakes were on. I pressed the
> brakes and they were super tight. By the time I got home (bout 10
> minutes) all four of my wheel wells had smoke coming out of them. I
> took it to a mechanic and he said that all my brakes are fine, pads
> are fine and has no idea why or what its doing. He said he drove it
> and it never happened to him.
>
> Has anyone experienced this or might know whats causing it?!?!
>


it might be sensing a torque control problem and trying to compensate -
make sure all the sensors are free of debris and the tone rings are clean.
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Old 02 Sep 2008, 08:39 am
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Default Re: 94 Honda Passport 4/4 brakes are locking while driving.

TE Chea wrote:
>> Has anyone experienced this or might know whats causing it?!?!

> mysterios get no info fr me
>
>


wow, another stunner from chea! why?
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