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    When I press the brake pedal, Braking valve or maybe pressure limiter becomes noisy and I can hear hydraulic liquid`s voice, What is the problem and what can I do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Houtan View Post
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    When I press the brake pedal, Braking valve or maybe pressure limiter becomes noisy and I can hear hydraulic liquid`s voice, What is the problem and what can I do?
    Try bleeding it... but don't worry you can treat it as normal. I find the ABS cars do it more

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    Agreed, bleeding is probably the answer. Air in the system causes rushing noises and also leads to delayed brake response and a hesitation in releasing the brakes when foot removed from pedal.
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    Thanks, I will try to bleeding, I`m not using this car every day and when you park a car months problems coming from every where.

    Cheers..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Houtan View Post
    Thanks, I will try to bleeding, I`m not using this car every day and when you park a car months problems coming from every where.

    Cheers..
    Take a look at the accumulator sphere attached to the brake valve and have it checked. Quite possible it has developed a slow leak of N2 into the system. Unless the system has been run low on fluid that, typically, is the primary reason the brake system gets gas into it.

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    I get a similar noise from my steering wheel when i release it from opposite lock? perhaps a bleed of the steering system may also help?

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