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  • 1995 Pontiac Bonneville SE 3.8 V6 GAS, CID:231, Fuel Injection, Aspiration:231, Engine VIN:, Desg:K
  • 1995 Pontiac Bonneville SSE 3.8 V6 GAS, CID:231, Fuel Injection, Aspiration:231, Engine VIN:, Desg:1

BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1995 Pontiac Bonneville AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1995 Pontiac Bonneville cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Power Brake Units -> Adjustments -> AC-Delco Single Diaphragm Type -> AC-Delco Tandem Diaphragm Type -> Air Method -> Brake Pedal -> Gauge Method -> Pushrod -> Toyota/GM Single Diaphragm Type
Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Bonneville SE 3.8 V6 GAS

Brake Pedal
Toyota/GM Single Diaphragm Type
  • With engine running and brake pedal in rest position, measure distance between face of pedal and floor mat.
  • If distance is not 5.79-6.18 inches, adjust pedal height as follows:
    • Remove left lower instrument panel trim section and air duct.
    • Loosen stop lamp switch sufficiently to gain clearance for pedal adjustment.
    • Loosen locknut and rotate pedal pushrod as needed to obtain specified pedal height, then tighten locknut.
    • Adjust position of brake light switch so that plunger lightly contacts pedal stopper and brake lamps are off when pedal is release...

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BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1995 Pontiac Bonneville AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1995 Pontiac Bonneville cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Anti-lock Brakes -> Bonneville, Eighty Eight, LeSabre, LSS, Ninety Eight & Park Avenue -> Description -> ABS Warning Lamp -> Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM) -> System Operation -> Wheel Speed Sensors
Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Bonneville SSE 3.8 V6 GAS

System Operation

The purpose of the anti-lock brake system, Fig. and , is to prevent wheel lock-up under heavy braking conditions on virtually any road surface. When a wheel locking condition exists, the Pressure Modulator Valve (PMV) assembly isolates each wheel's hydraulic circuit, then begins modulation of fluid pressure according to wheel speed inputs to the Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM) or Electronic Brake and Traction Control Module (EBTCM). The PMV is controlled by the EBCM.

Modulation occurs by means of three ABS modes: pressure hold, pressure reduce and pressure in...

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BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1995 Pontiac Bonneville AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1995 Pontiac Bonneville cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Drum Brakes -> Type 6 -> Brake Service -> Installation -> Removal
Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Bonneville SE 3.8 V6 GAS

Removal
  • Raise and support vehicle.
  • Mark relationship of wheel to axle, then remove wheel and tire assembly.
  • Remove brake drum. If drum is difficult to remove, proceed as follows:
    • Ensure parking brake is released.
    • Back off parking brake cable adjustment.
    • Remove access hole plug from backing plate, insert screwdriver through hole and push parking brake lever off its stop.
    • Insert punch through hole in splash shield Fig. , tap on punch to loosen drum. Then remove drum.
  • Remove actuator spring using special brake tool J 38400 or equivalent to pry loop end of spring from adjuster actuator, Fig. ...

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BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1995 Pontiac Bonneville AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1995 Pontiac Bonneville cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Power Brake Units -> Troubleshooting -> AC-Delco Tandem Diaphragm Type -> BCIA Single & Tandem Diaphragm Type -> Brakes Drag -> Brakes Grab -> Brakes Slow To Release Or Drag -> Brakes Slow To Respond -> Excessive Pedal Effort -> Hard Pedal -> Hard Pedal/Brakes Inefficient -> Low Or Spongy Brake Pedal -> Slow Or No Release -> Toyota/GM Single Diaphragm Type
Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Bonneville SSE 3.8 V6 GAS

AC-Delco Tandem Diaphragm Type
Hard Pedal
  • Internal vacuum leak.
  • Faulty control valve.
Brakes Grab
  • Faulty control valve.
Slow Or No Release
  • Faulty pushrod adjustment.
  • Bind in linkage.
BCIA Single & Tandem Diaphragm Type
Brakes Grab
  • Internal vacuum leak.
  • Faulty control valve
Excessive Pedal Effort
  • Leak in booster vacuum supply.
  • Glazed linings.
  • Contaminated brake fluid.
  • Restricted filter or booster valve air passage.
  • Leak in booster vacuum supply.
  • Damaged booster or improperly assembled booster valve.
Brakes Slow To Respond
  • Restricted filter or booster valve air passage.
  • Contaminated brake fluid.
  • Leak in...

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BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1995 Pontiac Bonneville AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1995 Pontiac Bonneville cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Disc Brakes -> AC-Delco Single Piston Front Disc Brake (Type 2) -> Precautions
Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Bonneville SE 3.8 V6 GAS

  • Grease or any other foreign material must be kept off the brake linings, caliper, surfaces of the disc and external surfaces of the hub, during service procedures. Handling the brake disc and caliper should be done in a way to avoid deformation of the disc and nicking or scratching brake linings.
  • If inspection reveals rubber piston seals are worn or damaged, they should be replaced immediately.
  • During removal and installation of a wheel assembly, exercise care so as not to interfere wi...

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BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1995 Pontiac Bonneville AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1995 Pontiac Bonneville cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Anti-lock Brakes -> Bonneville, Eighty Eight, LeSabre, LSS, Ninety Eight & Park Avenue -> Diagnosis & Testing -> 1995 Bonneville, Eighty Eight, Ninety Eight, LeSabre & Park Avenue -> 1996 Bonneville, Eighty Eight, LeSabre, LSS, Ninety Eight & Park Avenue -> Accessing Diagnostic Trouble Codes -> Clearing Diagnostic Trouble Codes -> Diagnostic Tests -> Diagnostic Trouble Code Interpretation -> Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Test -> Intermittents & Poor Connections (Note On Intermittents) -> Visual Inspection & Functional Check -> Wiring Diagrams
Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Bonneville SSE 3.8 V6 GAS

Accessing Diagnostic Trouble Codes

In the process of controlling the anti-lock brake system, the Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM) continually monitors operating conditions for possible faults. By comparing system conditions against standard operating limits, certain circuit and component faults can be detected. A four-digit numerical diagnostic trouble code is stored in computer memory when a problem is detected by this self-diagnostic system. The diagnostic trouble codes can later be accessed with a bi-directional scan tool.

The ABS diagnostic trouble codes which may be...

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