Question about 2002 Ford E350
I changed the pads in the front drums in the back and blead all the lines i have no leaks at all...still the pedal goes to the floor. the front left wheel gets hotter than the rest with a thermometer assuming that brake is doing all the work....now if i pump the pedal while stopping it will stay up and stop the vehicle...any sugestions? maybe a power booster? how do i test that part?
1992 Ford E350-same brake concern, pedal goes to floor! Replaced master cylinder, brake booster, frt pads and rotors. Replaced rear shoes wheel cylinders, and drums, vehicle stops but pedal goes to floor, squeaze off rear flex hose and pedal is solid. Takes 2 > 3 pumps normally to get hard pedal then goes to floor, wouding in longer brake wheel cylinder pins would fix the problem???? P/S hope you can help.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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