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No brakes. Have replaced power booster, new master cylinder (have made sure master cylinder is good..it is). Have bled brakes, gotten all air out. No leaks. Checked calipers. Still no brakes. They still go all the way to the floor. Any suggestions?

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  • kcoers Dec 02, 2008

    have checked for leaks. Car in warehouse on clean concrete floor. No leaks.

  • kcoers Dec 02, 2008

    It was bled. Took Caliper off of front side, even with brakes applied, can still push caliper into housing with hands.

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If there is more than one caliper on the rear wheels make sure you bleed both cylinders.
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Somewher i that system has an air trap, if you can push the cylinder like that.
I guess you have to check all four ans ee if all of them are like that. if so, you have to redo the master. if just 1 or 2 cylinder, then you have bleed them again.
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Check for leak. some where between the master cylinder an the individual breaks.
place a clean cartboard underneath the car and step on the break several times. check for oil.

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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    Frank Dec 02, 2008

    did you bled the master cylinder before you install it?

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