An automatic car brake may fail making the driver be in a position to wonder what he or she will do. Today in this article am going to inform you what you can do in case your automatic transmission car brakes fails to to function.
Step 1) Once you notice your automatic transmission car brakes are not functioning do not panic put the hazards on.
Step 2) Shift the throttle of your car to the lowest gear, it can be L or 1.
Step 3) Pump your brakes continually.
Step 4) If you continue to pump but nothing is happening this is the moment you can use the handbrake. Caution: use the handbrake slowly so that your car will not roll.
Step 5) In case your automatic transmission car has an electronic car parking brakes just hold it for a second and then release it. Your car will automatically stop.
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