CR-V slipping backwards even after applying foot break
Good day. My new AT CR-V slips backwards even after pressing the foot break (full force). What I do to test is go uphill, stop, set to neutral then put on the footbreak. Honda technician said that it does happen because of the weight of the vehicle. Is what he said true, or should I have my car picked up and checked in casa?
gotta lick it MemberTS, are you trying to practice hanging on a slope?0
gotta lick it wrote: »TS, are you trying to practice hanging on a slope?
Nope, just want to confirm if the parking/emergency brake does work.0
gotta lick it Memberyour handbrake will definitely work.
have you tried checking the level of your brake fluid?0
Slamm is correct. All your cr-v needs is to have its parking brake adjusted. Not unless the slope of the incline is too steep, the parking brake should be able to handle the weight of the vehicle. If the Honda technician said that, then it is either:
A. He's too lazy to adjust it.
B. They installed inferior brakes.
C. He's an idiot.
Just to add, if your vehicle is an AT, letting the weight of the car strain your transmission when it is on (P) will damage your transmission.0
An example is the uphill coming from Greenbelt 5 parking in Makati. Is that considered as too steep? Hopefully they will be able to fix it without changing anything. I'm thinking of having it checked next month together with the first month maintenance, but it's still makes more sense to have them fix it ASAP.0
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