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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It would appear that you have performed most if not all of the regular brake jobs/checks required, perhaps we just need to go back to/review the basics. To my knowledge, with or without the booster, there would be pedal resistance if all the lines are attached and are terminated with their corresponding slaves. Pressing on the pedal pushes the the primary and secondary pistons of the master. Due to design the piston would also serve as one way valve allowing brake fluid to come in from the reservoir but not get back up but/and out only through the rear and front port.This action alone should provide the pedal with some resistance since the piston is applying pressure to the brake fluid to pass through a smaller diameter brake line. Additionally, again based on design, the front and rear braking system are independent of each other since the master would have a separate piston for each brake circuit. No resistance even at this point is indicative that both the rubber seals of the master brake cylinder are not providing adequate sealing and the fluid passes through it back and forth not only forward as required.
At this point, I would strongly suggest checking over the master brake cylinder or return it to AutoZone for a check/replacement.
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Posted on Jun 22, 2008
SOURCE: 1995 chrysler sebring lxi
there are four 18mm bolts on the opposite side of dust plate.once u remove thoe bolts,you'll have to either use a slide hammer, or the old fashion way a big hammer and smack it side to side.the whole hub and wheel bearing assembly will come out.The dust sheild is in between the hub and axel once it comes apart u will understand.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
There are many parts involved in the ABS system. You will need access to a scan tool to find out the fault code and go from there. It could be a wheel sensor or circuit, communications failure, system undervoltage, the list goes on and on.
Posted on May 21, 2009
This is interesting --
http://ownersite.com/RecallMain.cfm?action=campaigns&make=CHRYSLER&model=TOWN AND COUNTRY&year=2002
Was there any fluid leaking ?
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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