Hydraulic Parking Brake Problems in popular cars

Hydraulic Parking Brake problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Hydraulic Parking Brake problems reported in most popular vehicles.

car   Hydraulic Parking Brake problem of Chevrolet Silverado 2500

The car involved is a 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 hd. The VIN of this vehicle is 1GCEK19TXY_. In may (2007) I went to new york and drove my son's 2000 z71 silverado back to texas when he was sent to iraq. There were no problems noticed on the trip, but after the truck had been parked for approx 3 weeks in my driveway, it would not move when I tried to move it across my driveway while I was edging. It felt like there was something high-centered underneath it. My son takes excellent care of his vehicle and stays current on all maintenance, always. And, he had just had new rear brakes installed before he left. I had to have a tow truck take it to a shop and they replaced all brakes and emergency brakes because they said they were frozen with rust. When it was being driven everyday, the rust never had a chance to oxidize enough to completely freeze the wheels up, but after sitting for a while it was like it was up on blocks. It was Tuesday, July 10, 2007 when this hydraulic parking brake issue happened.

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car   Hydraulic Parking Brake problem of Chevrolet Silverado 1500

The car was a 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. The VIN of this Silverado 1500 is 2GCEC19V92_. Chevrolet silverado abs failure , loss of brakes when traveling over small bumps or wet roads. Also loss of parking brake. Dealer said it was only on manual transmission trucks that had the failure. . . This is not true. All trucks. This problem occurred on 07/16/02.

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car   Hydraulic Parking Brake problem of Dodge Durango

The car is a 2000 Dodge Durango. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1B4HS28Z8Y_. I have a concern regarding front and back breaks. You hear clicking noise. We have got them change three times this year. It was March 4, 2005 when this hydraulic parking brake issue occurred.

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car   Hydraulic Parking Brake problem of Ford F-650

The car was a 2005 Ford F-650 sd. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 3FRNF65RX5_. Consumer complaint in regards to recall for parking brake, consumer is unable to have this recall done due to service center being closed. The consumer stated the nearest dealer is located in another state, that is able to handle the size of the truck. The consumer stated Ford should notify customers when a dealership closes its doors. The failure date was 01/01/1901.

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car   Hydraulic Parking Brake problem of Ford F-650

The vehicle having this issue was a 2005 Ford F-650 sd. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 3FRNF65RX5_. I am writing in reference to a recall notice I received on October 11, 2005 regarding a possible driveline parking brake anchor bolt fracture on my F-650 Ford truck. I purchased this truck from hubco Ford in allentown PA. It has since come to my attention that hubco Ford, where I purchased this vehicle, has closed its doors and no longer can service this vehicle. Not only was I never notified of the closure, but also, the closest service center that can handle this size truck, is located in another state. This repair may only require less than half a day to fix, but it is going to take at least that long or better getting the truck there and back. This has created a hardship in trying to get this vehicle repaired. I believe that it is Fordã‚s responsibility to notify customers when a dealership has closed itsã‚ doors and there is no one else within a 100 mile range that not only canã‚t repair this vehicle, but there are no dealership to handle possible future purchases of a vehicle like this. It is my belief that I am not the only person from this area that is now faced with this problem. I sincerely think that Ford corporation needs to consider its customers needs and provide for an alternative method of repairing this vehicle, without creating such hardship on the customer. It was Sat., Oct. 1, 2005 when this hydraulic parking brake issue happened.

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car   Hydraulic Parking Brake problem of Jeep Grand Cherokee

The vehicle is a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1J4GW48S22_. : the contact stated the parking brake of the vehicle does not hold or is ineffective due to grease passing through the rear end seal in the passenger side. The dealership replaced the seal and bearing to correct the leak. Now the driver side has been presenting the same problem. The dealership also advised the change of pads and rotors to guarantee the correct parking brake functioning. It was 04/17/2006 when this hydraulic parking brake issue happened.

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car   Hydraulic Parking Brake problem of Mercury Villager

The vehicle having this issue was a 1999 Mercury Villager. Press to release feature on the parking brake is confusing. Yh.

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car   Hydraulic Parking Brake problem of Nissan Titan

The vehicle is a 2004 Nissan Titan. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1N6AA07A64_. Rear axle seals leaking causing damage to parking brake assembly. This problem occurred on Friday, July 13, 2007.

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car   Hydraulic Parking Brake problem of Nissan Armada

The car involved is a 2004 Nissan Armada. Purchased in 11/2003, and it was in the shop for creaking in the uni-body, and a harmonic hum when the defrost was on, along with having visors replaced. Then within a short period after that the truck reached 3000 miles and with every 3000 miles the breaks begin to pulsate and cause the steering wheel to shake making driving difficult. The first time it was brought in to the dealers for this the rotors were turned and the brake pads replaced. On the next visit, the dealership put on a so called repair kit, which was replacing the rotors and changing the pads with aftermarket pads. And then when it came to the third time. . . I was told that they would do a quick fix and supposedly a replacement kit was in the works. After bringing my vehicle down for routine maintenance, and the quick fix I was told by the dealership that Nissan said, not to do the quick fix, since the replacement kit is available for ordering soon. I had to explain to the dealership that the pulsating was so bad that the vehicle was unsafe to drive. After a vivid discussion with the service manager the vehicle was given the quick fix. We are still waiting for the replacement kit. The quick fix was done in may 2005. And no word has come yet regarding this so called "replacement kit". It was January 5, 2004 when this hydraulic parking brake issue happened.

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car   Hydraulic Parking Brake problem of Volvo V70

The car involved was a 1999 Volvo V70. Crash was involved with this problem. The VIN of this vehicle is YV1V62D8X2_. 1) pulled out of my driveway 2) complete brake failure 3)tbd - car at dealership, but dealership and Volvo USA refuses to acknowledge the brake failure. It was 05/21/2007 when this hydraulic parking brake issue happened.

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car   Hydraulic Parking Brake problem of Buick Century

The car involved is a 2005 Buick Century. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 2G4WS52JX5_. Emergency brake will not engage. Vehicle rolls forward after the brake has been engaged when parking on a hill. Vehicle was taken in to get repaired, the drums were tightened and car stopped rolling forward. 6 months later the car is rolling again when parked on a hill. This hydraulic parking brake problem happened on Tuesday, August 1, 2006.

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