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  1. I have been looking for a Drum to Disk conversion for my 55 Buick Super. I have not had any luck any help would be greatlly appretiated. Thanks
  2. Hey out there, I am enjoying a 1990 tc EXCEPT the electric servo tevis master cylinder. Has any one replaced theirs with a simple vacuum master cylinder from something common like a plymouth breeze or mini van? I don't mind giving up the anti-lock, I am a sensible driver, use the car in a small town commuting, am a good mechanic. The replacement parts are just too high, I want some thing I can get at a local parts store. Just trying to be practical. I can make up the brake lines. After all my other rides are plain: '94 park ave 190k, 95 civic 4 door 240k, 90 nissan hardbody stick four no frills 120k Best to y'all
  3. I have decided to forgo getting my booster repaired on my 1961 Buick and go with with an undated two-reservoir master cylinder and undated booster. If there is someone in the Forum who has done this, I'd like to know which model and year booster-master cylinder package you used. I think it's a good idea to upgrade my brake system. Many Thanks for your help!
  4. I have been digging around for answers to this question. I have an 89 Reatta with the Teves brakes. Wish I would have bought the 91 now. Why is my brake light on, abs light not on, and never comes on, and my brakes are so hard to push that I nearly brake the seat when trying to stop? I have checked for voltage at that abs pump, and I have 11.34 volts, but the pump never runs. I get the low pressure message from the computer, so I am sure it is not the abs controller in the trunk. I am thinking it is simply the pump, but why doesn't the ABS light come on when I start the car? Could it be a coincidental issue, and the ABS light is burned out. I doubt it. Thanks, Jason
  5. I noticed both my brake lights are on (red ! and the yellow ABS). I tried the obvious and checked both fuses and both relays, all good. I noticed the rear pads look like new and the front is close to gone. The emergency brake does not work either. Scary! So I assume that the front have been doing all the braking. If I pump them 2-3 times the red light goes away but returns in 2-3 seconds and stay lit. I drove it at about 30mph and slammed on the brakes. They work but skid marks and no ABS. I tried to read the codes but shows an "electrical error"..1990 model - terminals A&H Doing the basics I can handle but getting into a breaking system can be over my head. Is there anything elaborate with this braking system or can anyone service the brakes?
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