Question about 1998 Mercury Mystique
Did you bleed the wheel furthest away from the master cylinder? THen next furthest, to closest last. Did u make sure the master cylinder never got low enough to draw in air? To bleed, Pumo brakes 3x, holding pedal down 1/2 way, while bleeder is opened, let air/fluid flow, shut bleeder as flow diminishes so no air gets in the line. Is the car running when u bleed brakes? It should be. If u are doing all of this u should feel your pedal coming back (getting firm). Let me know how you make out. countrycurt0
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
Replaced cylinders on rear, rotors and brake shoes. Brake pads and calipers are still good. Bleed all lines front and back. ABS light is own.
Problem: On sudden braking, it works. However, when slowly stepping on brakes, pedal will go about 3/4 in and sometimes brakes will lock and vehicle will sway
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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