2003-04 BRAKES Disc & Drum - Accent
Disc & Drum - Accent
DESCRIPTION & OPERATION
Disc/drum brake system is hydraulically operated using a master cylinder with a single reservoir and 2 outlets.
A vacuum assist power brake booster is used. Proportioning valves are used to control anti-skid braking action.
Mechanical parking brake system isself-adjusting.
Disc brake pads have built-in wear indicator warning sensors. When brake pad lining is low, sensor will rub
against rotor, causing a very notable squealing sound.
BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM
CAUTION: DO NOT allow reservoir to run dry during brake bleeding procedure. Use
only clean brake fluid. Ensure no dirt or other foreign matter contaminates
brake fluid. DO NOT mix different types ofbrake fluid, as they may not be
compatible. DO NOT spill brake fluid on vehicle, as it may damage paint. If
brake fluid contacts paint, immediately wash with water.
Use DOT 3 or 4 fluid. Bleed brakes in following order:
This procedure should be followed to ensure adequate bleeding of air from andfilling of the ABS unit, brake
lines and master cylinder with brake fluid. Use DOT 3 or 4 fluid. To bleed brake system perform following:
1. Remove master cylinder reservoir cap. Fill brake reservoir with brake fluid. When pressure bleeding, DO
NOT depress brake pedal. Connect a clear plastic tube to appropriate wheel cylinder bleeder plug, and
insert other end of tube into a half-filledclear plastic bottle. Go to next step.
Follow manufacturer's instructions on scan tool.
2. Connect HI-SCAN (PRO) or equivalent scan tool to the Data Link Connector (DLC). DLC is located
under left side of dash panel. Maximum operating time of ABS motor with scan tool must be followed to
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2004 Hyundai Accent GL
2003-04 BRAKES Disc & Drum - Accent
prevent motor pump from burning out. On scan tool, select HYUNDAI VEHICLE DIAGNOSIS. Select
vehicle name, ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM, and AIR BLEEDING MODE. Following on screen
instructions, operate ABS pump motor and solenoid valve.
3. Pump brake pedal several times, and loosen appropriatebrake bleeder screw. Allow fluid to bleed until
fluid runs clean and no air bubbles are present. Tighten bleeder screw to specification. See TORQUE
SPECIFICATIONS . Repeat procedure at each wheel. Bleed brakes in following order:
PEDAL HEIGHT & FREE PLAY
1. Remove the carpet and measure the brake pedal height. See Fig. 1 . See BRAKEPEDAL HEIGHT
table. If pedal height is not within specification, proceed to next step.
BRAKE PEDAL HEIGHT
2. Disconnect the stop lamp switch connector, loosen the stop lamp switch lock nut, and back off the stop
switch until it doesn't reach the brake pedal arm. See Fig. 2 .
3. Loosen the push rod lock nut, and screw the pushrod in or out with pliers until the standard pedal height
from the floor is reached. See Fig. 3 .
4. Turn the stop lamp switch until clearance between the stop lamp switch outer case and stopper becomes
0.02-0.039" (0.5-1.0 mm). See Fig. 4 . Tighten the lock nut firmly.
Brake pedal stroke should be 4.95" (125.6 mm) or more. If the brake pedal
stroke is not 4.95" (125.6 mm) or more,readjust the brake pedal height and
stop lamp switch clearance.
5. Connect the stop lamp switch connector.
6. Make sure that the stop lamps go off when the brake pedal is released.
7. With the engine off, depress the pedal 2-3 time to get rid of pressure, and then inspect the play on the
pedal by pushing it by hand. See BRAKE PEDAL FREE PLAY table.
BRAKE PEDAL FREE PLAY