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hi low rear brake effort on rear brakes not good enough to

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hi low rear brake effort on rear brakes not good enough to pass mot brakes cleaned and adjusted and rebled system still not good enough effort to get apass
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Nissan
Expert:  indy-tech replied 2 years ago.
Hi Good morning

Year , Model and engine size ,and have you all 4 disc's or drum on the rear .

Greg
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

hi greg information required nissan navara king cab 2009 model front discs rear drums brake shoes cleaned off and adjusted new pads fitted but not enough effort to pass mot class7 light goods loaded up rear for full travel on weight conpensater do you think it wants a new brake conpensater valve ??thanks

Expert:  indy-tech replied 2 years ago.
Did you have any parts of the brakes removed, like the master cylinder .

Did the master cylinder run dry of brake fluid .

Rgds Greg
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

hi no low fluid or topping up master cylinder brakes working but not enough effort to pass mot

Expert:  indy-tech replied 2 years ago.
Hi .

if loading up and still had the same issue i would sugest checking the weight conpensater
did you bleed this before bleeding the rear wheels .

If you have no air in the system recheck the shoe adjustment , turn adjuster until the wheel will no longer turn then back of 4 clicks wheel should turn . Do this to both sides .

If you have the tools you could check the fluid pressure before the compensator and then at the wheels .

Rgds Greg
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
New compensated fitted done the trick thanks
Expert:  indy-tech replied 2 years ago.
Your welcome my friend, happy this was all it was .

Rgds Greg
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