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abs light come on when parking brake applied, infiniti i30

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Question From bkpbest on abs light come on when parking brake applied, infiniti i30

couple of odd things going on with the brakes:
1) if you apply the parking brake the abs light comes on

2) have low pedal, but if you pump it up it gets firm. the master cylinder diagnosis was good, so its not that.

there are no leaks, system was properly bleed and pads are excellent.
please tell me how to fix this stuff before i dump a bunch of money in without it fixing anything. its a infiniti i30 1997

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Response From Tom Greenleaf

Generally when ABS light is on you would have regular braking action. Not sure how master cylinder was ruled out with a low brake pedal that pumps up or if in fact all air is out of the system.

Pads just looking good without taking them off may not be conclusive.

IMO you are playing with fire and don't seem to have much confidence in getting help. Think this could be expensive? Try an accident!


Response From bkpbest Top Rated Answer

ok..so we have put a new master cylnder in and benched bleed it. result is nothing different. all that is left is the calipers but the car doesn't pull to the side nor is there uneven wear on pads..two mechanics are baffeled by this. there think about dismantle entire system to figure it out

Response From Discretesignals

Check for seized slide pins on all your caliper mounts. If you have a seized slide pin(s), it will make you have a mushy pedal until it is pumped more than once.

Searching for 1995 Infiniti G20 Technical Service Repair Manual

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Question From spidsparks on Searching for 1995 Infiniti G20 Technical Service Repair Manual

Year of vehicle : 1995
Make of vehicle : Infiniti (Nissan)
Model of vehicle : G20
Engine size : 2.0
Mileage/Kilometers : 170 K miles

After a frustrating conversation with Nissan Support, I am hoping perhaps a car junky out there might have knowledge where I can find a Technical Service Manual for my 1995 Infiniti G20. Nissan's customer service explained to me that they didn't have any on stock and were not able to educate either on when I could expect to get one. Very frustrating since the G20 has become a pet project of mine and I am trying to find a replacement hose (the one that connects the engine to the brakes drum). Would appreciate any help from fellow car junkies!


Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Not sure what you mean by engine to brake drum. If you mean a rear brake hose I just found them as seen in part below at AutoZone's own site. Check others as needed for your needs. Shop where you wish. Just call or Google the parts store of choice or a dealer if you wish. Helps to be able to name the parts you want.

Come back if you need help from there with installation or parts names if you can describe just what you need and what it does - we'll try,

Brake Hose - Rear
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    Response From spidsparks

    Hi Tom, Thanks for you help. I am not sure about the rear hose. Here's a picture of my G20 and the broken hose I am trying to replace:

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    OK! Now I get it - pics really help!

    That appears to be a vacuum hose to the power brake booster - not an hydraulic part at all. Booster looks like a drum of sorts but not a brake drum like at the wheels.

    Just take a copy of your pic to a dealer as this is unlikely to be an aftermarket part. It is special hose that is both "moulded" and can hold vacuum without collapsing.

    You could fake it temporarily with extra long proper vacuum + fuel tolerant hose making loops to accommodate the curved ends - long story on how to do that and the right thing is getting the right part asap.

    If (judgement call) this is in a spot with just one leak right there you might be able to cut it, plug it for now so engine runs and or get a good brass barbed splice and double clamps each end of splice with 100% stainless hose clamps.


    Just what happened to this one anyway?


    Ps: This may have two different end I.D.s to make it more of a dealer part.

    PsII: Plugged or leaking this will defeat power assist to the brakes! Engine won't run or run lousy with it leaking. Not advisable to drive the car w/o the power assist - they will work but not well or strong!

    Response From spidsparks

    Thanks for your time Tom. I am not sure what happened but the vacuum hose broke into two somehow, perhaps because of the below zero freezing temperatures. I am going to go to the dealer tomorrow and see what they have to offer. Meanwhile, I found some free repair manuals. See post below!


    Response From way2old

    Found this site with some manuals. Click here for Infinity G20 manuals.

    Response From spidsparks

    Thanks for taking the time!

    Here's another site (and it's free / password: pdftown.com) I found for others who are looking for technical service repair manuals:

    Infiniti G20 P11 Series - 1998 - 2002


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    2009 Infinity M35

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    Question From JolyOne on 2009 Infinity M35

    I have a 2009 Ininity M35. The "VDC off" and "Slip" lights keep coming on and sometimes the Brake light is on at the same time. What does this mean?
    Also, the wood veneer on the drover's side door is coming off and cracked in a couple of spots. Anyone have that problem after just 2 years?

    Response From Discretesignals

    Not sure about interior trim problem, but you will probably need to have someone scan the ABS control unit to see what codes it could be storing.

    VDC is the vehicle dynamics control system. VDC is basically stability control for under and over steering. Keeps the vehicle from spinning out when going around tight curves or when you jerk the wheel real hard to avoid something.

    Slip light means one of two things. If the VDC off light is off and the slip light is flashing that means your vehicle is sliding and the VDC system is active. If the VDC off light is on and the slip light is on, that means there is a malfunction in the system. The brake lamp is on telling you that you have fault in the brake system that might be related to the VDC being off.

    You should have the brake system inspected and the ABS control unit scanned for codes to see what is going on with that.

    Response From JolyOne Top Rated Answer

    thanks. I guess I'll be at the dealer Saturday. If the work is not under warranty, then to a mechanic I go.

    Response From Discretesignals

    Let us know what you find out.

    Response From JolyOne

    Sure will. BTW - The slip light is not blinking.

    Response From Discretesignals

    Good that means your not doing 90 mph around a hair pin curve..LOL.

    Slip light only blinks if the VDC system is active and is detecting that your on the verge of spinning out.

    Response From JolyOne

    LOL - That may have happened a little in the rain yesterday - but it recovered. No worries.

    Response From Discretesignals

    We get stability control problems on some of the other vehicles that roll into our shop. The fun part is testing the system after a repair. We have a large grassy field that we use to try and spin the car out. Its really interesting how the system works and is able to keep the vehicle from losing control.

    Probably a good idea to exercise the ABS and Stability control system every once in a while in a vacant grassy lot anyway.

    Response From JolyOne

    Fun - Sure beats my job!