DODGE STRATUS WHEEL PROBLEM
2003 Dodge Stratus • 177,000 miles
We have good brakes when were goin straight but if we turn in to a paking spot they go to the floor until the wheel straitens up has replaced both master cyl, and brake booster took it to two shops and no one can figure it out
December 2, 2012.
December 2, 2012.
That sounds like a loose wheel bearing may be pushing the piston in when leaning on it through a turn. There really isn't anything else that could change when the wheels are turned. Unless something is leaking fluid.
Wheel bearings has been changed with lower control arm bushings as well even had an aliment done to I have never seen nothing like this in my life
Unless the ABS is kicking in, it's a closed system and the fluid has to go somewhere.
Probably start out by pinching off individual wheels to isolate where it is occurring. You could have an internally ruptured flex line that is swelling under pressure.
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