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Old 05-20-2013, 02:56 PM   #1
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brakea no stop!

So i recently changed my brake pads (front) and after i finished, i pumped the brakes and they were still hitting the floor, so then i bleed all four twice and still nothing? Anyone ever run into this? Any help please?
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How are you bleeding them? The master cylinder is full right?
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How are you bleeding them? The master cylinder is full right?
Yea, i fill it up when it starts getting low
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You go farthest to closest right? So right rear left rear front right front left?
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You go farthest to closest right? So right rear left rear front right front left?
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Pump the brake on concrete and look for the leak. Probably a caliper.
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Pump the brake on concrete and look for the leak. Probably a caliper.
I did do it on concrete
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Check anti-lock system. If not that. If the salves work the master cylinder should be bad
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Check anti-lock system. If not that. If the salves work the master cylinder should be bad
Alright thanks man
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