Question about 1992 BMW 5 Series
Hi, what you feel is your anti-lock brake actuator pumping the brakes. This is probably due to dirty/dusty or improperly adjusted brake shoes causing the rear brakes to lock. It is also possible that you have a leak in one or both rear brake cylinders. Have your rear brakes checked, cleaned, and adjusted. If you would like to do it yourself, I can provide instructions--just let me know.
Posted on Aug 13, 2011
You need a brake over haul, if discs are fitted check disc run out, pad thickness , and the caliper pistons are not binding repair any faults. If drum brakes fitted remove drums clean out dust , inspect fore ware, replace brake shoes if worn, replace wheel cylinders. flush master cylinder , bleed air from system.
Posted on Dec 04, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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