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1993 Buick Park Avenue Disc Brake Pad - Front Centric - C-TEK Ceramic Brake Pads

P311-1788DAB    103.05050  New

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Centric Disc Brake Pad  Front
  • C-Tek Ceramic Brake Pads with Shims
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  • Centric Parts offers a full line of C-Tek standard replacement brake and clutch parts for import and domestic vehicles. C-Tek components provide exceptional quality and value. Utilizing world-wide manufacturing sources allows Centric Parts to provide the highest quality replacement parts while maintaining value
Brand: Centric
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1993 - Buick Park Avenue Front

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buick disc brakes

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Question From kensoncustom on buick disc brakes

hello i have a 66 buick electra convertible i would like to upgrade my brake system to front disc.any suggestions?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Look for a company that sells a whole retrofit package with the master, knuckle and everything.

Response From kensoncustom

tried wilwood they dont make a kit for that

Response From Hammer Time

A 5 minute search showed me a bunch of them.

http://www.summitracing.com/search/?keyword=Disc%20brake%20conversion&dds=1

http://www.bing.com/search?q=disc+brake+conversion+kits&form=MOZSBR&pc=MOZI

Response From kensoncustom

hello thanks for your time on my buick brakes,although these places only supply kits for skylark,special models.
i found a company called scarebird that makes a bracket for caliper ,i can buy rest parts needed at local napa store.
i will let u know how it turns out

96 buick rear brakes

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Question From josephjfa on 96 buick rear brakes

I'm having a real problem with the rear shoe brakes horse shoe brake clip, mine broke and how do you get the new one on? I have the shoes off that didnt help, is their a trick tool? This is on my 96 Buick le saber

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

I believe it just snaps in at the bottom.

soft brake pedal 2002 buick

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Question From dr.donut on soft brake pedal 2002 buick

I have a 2002 buick lesabre 3.8, the brakes work fine but the pedal drops too far, I bleed the brakes twice with no improvement, then I looked for bleeders on the ABS. unit and saw none with the limited view you get, does it have any or what else could be the problem? thanks

Response From vekan

Could be worn out rotors

Response From Hammer Time

Could be worn out rotors

No, it couldn't

Response From vekan

Any time space has to be taken up in a hydraulic system,pedal movement will increase.Excessive rotor runout will knock the piston in the caliper back further that it should.The further the piston is back in the bore,the more fluid needs to be dispalced too push the piston out until clamping force can occur.
A low brake pedal can be caused by seized slider pins to. If a floating caliper is unable to move,the lateral runout in the rotor(all rotors have some lateral runout) pushes back the caliper piston. The fluid is returned to the reservoir and the next brake application has to refill the caliper to take up the clearances.

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, we are fully aware of those factors however that is not the case here. There was no complaint of brake pulsation, nor did he acknowledge that the pedal gets harder with pumping so the rotors are not a factor here.

Response From dr.donut

like hammer said, it's just the nature of the beast, only reason I looked into it is because the wife said something and I had to "grease" her wheel

Response From Discretesignals

Check the caliper slide pins for seizing.

Do not touch the bleeder screws on the hydraulic modulator.

Response From dr.donut

thats possible as most people don't pay attention to a detail like making sure the caliper is free to "float", as with many things the pads are "slapped" on. I did pull the pass. front and the pads look good.thanks

Response From Hammer Time

If the slide pins were frozen bad enough to cause a spongy pedal, the brakes would pull so bad, it would nearly do a U-turn when the brakes were applied hard.

Response From Discretesignals

Actually it won't pull most the time if one pin is hung. Lexus will give you a spongy pedal if one hangs, but will stop fine. If you pump the pedal it will get hard, but that initial pump will be spongy.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

It's gotta pull with half a pad on one side and a full pad on the other.

Response From Hammer Time

Are you basing this on the pedal height when you'rer actually driving or are you feeling the pedal at a stop?

GM pedals are naturally spongy feeling but will put you through the windshield long before having to push that hard.

Response From dr.donut

you don't have top push hard to stop, it reacts good, but when you're at a stop you can barely get your other foot under the pedal, that seems kind of low

Response From Hammer Time

It's probably completely normal. It's normal for the pedal to feel weird at a stop as long as it feels normal when coming to a stop.

1998 Buick LaSabre Brake Issue

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Question From Guest on 1998 Buick LaSabre Brake Issue

A co-worker of mine is having an issue with her 1998 Buick LaSabre. When she brakes, it's started to feel "like driving over a washboard", as she describes it. It has anti-lock brakes. Any ideas what would cause this? Any advice would be appreciated - thanks.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Arggh! As a test you could try pulling the fuse on the ABS in a safe test area and see if it stops doing that. Sounds like the ABS thinks it's skidding,

T

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

Great, thanks, Tom. If it is the ABS, any idea of what the repair might cost?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I'd get a code read for this. It's possible to be a simple problem like debris at a wheel speed sensor that could be blown out with air or nasty expensive controls. Default is supposed to be regular braking action so it's acting on input of a real skid.

Does this car do this all the time or was this a fluke? Is amber light staying on? If this thing won't default to regular brakes and gives that buzzing feel and sinking pedal when it's not in trouble with traction for stopping it's DANGEROUS and don't wait to fix that!!

T