Question about 1992 Toyota Pickup
After bleeding all wheels several times the rear brakes work but only when the pedal is to the floor, pumping helps some but the front brakes don't seem to be working... any suggestions?
1992 toyota 4x4
Bleed the master cylinder and then rebleed the brakes. If you are still getting a spongy pedal after this then your master cylinder is bad.
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