Except in some instances that doesn't work. The specific one I'm thinking of....you're sitting stopped in stop-and-go traffic when the cars in front of you start to inch forward. So you let up off the brake pedal, allowing your car to creep forward. But then the traffic ahead stops again, so you need to reapply your brakes. Sometimes when you do this the brakes grab with inappropriate force, causing the car to come to a very sudden stop, even with very minor force on the brake pedal.abasile wrote:I've never thought of this as a safety issue because I've found it easy to respond by reducing pressure on the brake pedal.
abasile wrote:I've experienced the same thing occasionally. The brakes act more grabby than usual. However, I'm not going to bother taking the car to the dealership for what is at worst a minor annoyance. I've never thought of this as a safety issue because I've found it easy to respond by reducing pressure on the brake pedal.