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Nissan Sentra Service Manual: Brake pedal

Inspection

BRAKE PEDAL HEIGHT

Check the brake pedal height (H1) between the dash lower panel (1) and the brake pedal upper surface.

Brake pedal height (H1) : Refer to BR-54, "Brake Pedal".

CAUTION:

Check the brake pedal height with the floor trim removed.

STOP LAMP SWITCH AND BRAKE PEDAL POSITION SWITCH


STOP LAMP SWITCH AND BRAKE PEDAL POSITION SWITCH

Check the clearance (A) between the switch assembly bracket (3), the stop lamp switch (2) and the brake pedal position switch (if equipped) (1).

Clearance (A) : Refer to BR-54, "Brake Pedal".

STOP LAMP SWITCH AND BRAKE PEDAL POSITION SWITCH


STOP LAMP SWITCH AND BRAKE PEDAL POSITION SWITCH

Check the clearance (A) between the switch assembly bracket (3), the stop lamp switch (2) and the brake pedal position switch (if equipped) (1).

Clearance (A) : Refer to BR-54, "Brake Pedal".

CAUTION:


CAUTION:

The stop lamp must turn off when the brake pedal is released.

NOTE:

Pull the brake pedal pad to check that both the stop lamp switch (2) and brake pedal position switch (1) contact ends to brake pedal bracket (3) clearance (A) are within specification.

BRAKE PEDAL PLAY

Check that brake pedal play does not exist.

DEPRESSED BRAKE PEDAL HEIGHT

Check the brake pedal height (H2) between the dash lower panel (1) and the brake pedal upper surface when depressing the brake pedal at 490 N (50 kg, 110 lb) while turning engine ON.

Depressed brake pedal height (H2) : Refer to BR-54, "Brake Pedal".

CAUTION:

Check the depressed brake pedal height with the floor trim removed.

Brake fluid


Basic inspection
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