Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am a hydraulic technician and I can tell you that air is a killer in the hydraulic system.
Start from the rear and work your way forward. I f you are using the two person method, make sure the second person keeps the master cylinder full. If the fluid level dropped anywhere in between pressing and releasing the brakes....you have a lot of air in the system.
Make sure you are tightening the bleed valve when the brake pedal is full pressed.
Remeber...start from the rear brakes first, then do the front.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
You have a proportioning valve stuck. From the master the brake lines will run down the wheel well to another valve then out to the front calipers and rears when the prop valve sticks or freezes it then causes the rear or front system to lock up or not proportion the system evenly. 2. If that is not the case you may have contamination in the lines or the rubber brake hoses whick allow fluid to pass through it will not allow it to return almost acting like a back check valve therefore keeping you brakes on.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Parking brake is stuck ( possibly ),engauging parking brake a few times which in most cases will not help ( never know when they stick ) and at the back of the drum backing plate towards the axle will be the cable give it a couple good tuggs to release it and do not use it again or replace the cables ( if that is the case), if it will not release and or is free the you may have contamination in the brake lines to the rear right causing the caliper to be stuck open. The bleed the rear brake line best possible solution after that garage.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
Make a drawing of where the belt and pulleys are before you remove the belt. You won't need a diagram,you will have made your own and be done before you ever find one,unless you have a shop manual already.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
Your problem with brake lights will cause a faulty switch that activates the rear brake lights. You can find it in the up of the brake pedal up, and lead him into 2 pieces of wire connector,where is to connected. Not an expensive repair and replacement is a matter of moments, even for an amateur. Feel free to go ahead, it's easy!
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
Testimonial: "thanx. found the switch. just had to stick my head further under the dash to see it. will change it this weekend. "
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