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When i press the brakes on my 98 sebring only the passenger front and the drivers rear brakes engage

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  • donaldkeach
    donaldkeach Feb 07, 2012

    i just replaced 1 brake line

  • donaldkeach
    donaldkeach Feb 07, 2012

    i have bled all 4 brakes by pumping them and turning the bleed valve

  • donaldkeach
    donaldkeach Feb 07, 2012

    shouldn't both front brakes grab evenly

  • Jonah Oneal Feb 07, 2012

    you have the teves anti lock brake system, did you allow the hygralic accumulator fully charge, turn on the ignition switch to allow abs pressure pump to charge accumulator for bleeding.you need helper depress brake pedal carefully open right rear bleeder screw ,hold brake pedal down for 10 seconds at a time.close bleeder screw.wait 5 to 10 minutes allow abs pump cool down check brake fluid in reservoir dont allow run dry if so you have start all over again.

  • Jonah Oneal Feb 07, 2012

    abs brake system best to have garage or dealership use a pressure bleeder to bleed brakes they will work better.

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Check brake fluid level make sure brake fluid level is correct.if brake fluid level correct in reservoir.and you see abs light flashing.problem in the anti lock brake system pressure modulator valve assembly or you have electric pump and accumulator failure this is dealership fix.

Posted on Feb 07, 2012

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Still have air inside, because you used gravity feed method.

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

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SOURCE: brakes will drag on passenger front and I am losing brake fluid slowly

sounds like your piston for your caliper is shot. leaking around seal onto brake pad and or ground. remove passenger tire look behind disc that is the one that will be glazed. look for wet around metal should be dry if looks like it was recently sprayed with some kinda oil its leaking. you need to replace caliper.

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SOURCE: 98 Sebring JXI turn signals work right/left and

A fast flash at the dash indicates there is a bulb out somewhere.
Have someone check all the bulbs outside while you try the brakes, lights and turn signals.

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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