Any sudden brake loss can be the cause of 1. brake line damage 2. master cylinder disfunction
If you are moving and need to stop suddenly then turn off the engine and shift down through the gears and use the handbrake. It worked for me. If you do not have to stop suddenly take your foot off the accelerator and slowly decrease speed and go down through the gear box, use the handbrake slowly when your speed had slowed down enough.
Automatic transmission is downshifting
1. WERE THEY REPLACED PROFESSIONALLY, OR DID YOU DO THEM YOURSELF? A) IF THEY WERE REPLACE PROFESSIONALLY, TAKE IT BACK TO THE PLACE YOU GOT THEM FIXED (CALLED A COMEBACK)B) IF YOU DID THEM YOURSELF, DID YOU REPLACE THE RAER BRAKE HOSES AS WELL? PLEASE LET ME KNOW,BEN
Check for a bad ground
The driver suddenly applied the brakes.
If your vehicle has abs brakes, just apply the brakes hard and steer away from danger. If the vehicle does not have abs brakes, try to apply the brakes without locking up the wheels and going into a skid then steer away from danger. If you lock up the brakes and go into a skid you will lose control of your steering.
Engine, muffler, wheels, brakes, bumper, headlights,
try e brakes..turn the e brakes on and see if it turns off.if it does then you have suto headlights
Because you are decelerating sharply
Yes it is possible to replace brakes yourself. If you have the tools and a little background in cars, you should not have a problem replacing the brakes on the car.
If you have to ask how to bleed brakes, do not do it yourself.
Your experience when a moving vehicle suddenly brakes or a parked vehicle suddenly accelerates are some of many examples in reality.
Yes if they have headlights and brakes and all of the riders are wearing a helmet.
You probably need to change your back brakes.