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Brake pedal too low 2001 town car
I would start by stripping all four brakes & cleaning up
all rust & then do what was necessary to put back together
Machine Rotors if necessary,new pads if needed & lube things
No other expert would start there- only me-
that is if they haven't been apart in a year
Now the brakes are under control & would on your 12 year
old car remove the master cyl & clean out the moisture & then
bleed all four corners
For me that would be the end & adjust Parking Brake.
You can not make the pedal physically come up, no matter
what you do.
New pads push the caliper pistons in more & you get a
quicker brake feel -but not shorter pedal stroke
on Dec 01, 2012
Got trouble code p0125. Car starts then idles way low then climbs back to regular idle. What is the problem?
I have a 96 Towncar, which had a P0125 trouble code set. I changed the thermostat and cleared the code - only to have it reset in a couple minutes after starting. The car was hard starting, and died several times before it actually ran. I did also noticed that while running the idle speed had risen to over 950 RPM.
I changed the Temperature sending unit located next to the thermostat housing, and again cleared the code. After starting the car again it performed excellently and did not reset the P0125 trouble code.
on Oct 28, 2012
Turns over seems no fuel after a few trys it starts
Well, Id reccommend checking your battery, alternator, fuel filter, and if that looks all good, you should try replacing your spark plugs. If you think its strictly a gas problem you could try putting some addatives in your fuel. Theres this stuff called Heet. used to remove water or buildup in your fuel. If your alternator is going downhill, I've had a similar problem. Hope this helps. It probably just needs a little tlc tuneup
on Oct 11, 2012
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