Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
I hear a "whoosing" sound everytime I press the brakes and there is a lot of pedal travel. I have changed the front pads, adjusted the back shoes, changed the master cylinder, bench bled the master cylinder, bled the lines at the cylinder, bled the abs pack and bled all four wheels.
Let me know what you find out. I get the same whoosh/pedal travel, and at this point have NO braking at all. I am also losing fluid nearly as fast as I can put it in if I use the brakes, but I can't find where it's coming out. I even drove on clean snow and don't see any fluid tracks...
Oddly enough if you are going to do it yourself, gmpartsdirect seems to have the best prices for OEM parts.
I am assuming that my rusted/pitted brake lines have failed me. Aaahhh the old money pit.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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