Question about 1995 Toyota Celica
Hello, The brake pedal on my gt4 has a long travel distance before they work. Even worse when hot. They work fine but you have to push the pedal to within 10 to 15 cm from the firewall. We have replaced the master cylinder kit, added braided brake hoses and bled all the air out to no avail. Any ideas? Thanking you.
First check the adjustment of the rear brakes, if the are adjusted correctly (to test them pull up on the e-brake handle, you should only get 5-7 clicks more than that means they are out of adjustment) if they are good it is most likley a need to adjust the brake pedal push rod. assuming of corse that they were bledd correctly at all four corners and good quality fluid is used
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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