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My 95 4 Runner does not have Brakes the pads are good ,no air in the lines and brake fluid is Full what could the problem Be

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  • stacybradley Jan 28, 2009

    I have not replaced that yet the brakes are like spongy I guess is a good way 2 put it it will stop but not fast like it should

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Did you bleed them you must have someone in the car to press on them as you tighten the calipers keep repeating untill the brake are resting and there is tension on the rotors

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Your Brake Master Cylindar is Probably Bad. Do you have a Very Stiff or very Loose Pedal????

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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    Travis Humphries Jan 28, 2009

    Absolutely the Brake Master Cylinder.

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you must have a lot of air in system. the brakes need bleed to let the air out of system. did you bench bleed the master cylinder before putting it on car ! if not thats why no brakes. to bench bleed a new master cylinder, put it in a vise. fill it full or the proper level of brake fluid. push on the plunger with a dowel or another object. pump it till all air is out of master cylinder, you can tell when no air. it will be all fluid coming out of cylinder. keep checking brake fluid in master cylinder.make sure you push plunger in all the way.when all air is gone replace on car. if you do not loose any fluid from the master cylinder lines, then you can replace it without having air in system. bleed each wheel if needed. good-day!

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Hydraulic brakes are quite simple in their basic operation, but can sometimes be difficult to troubleshoot.
Basically, a piston presses on a hydraulic fluid, which presses other pistons against the brake shoes.
Total failure is rare, but usually indicates where you should be looking to find the problem.
Typical points of failure are:
  • Brake shoes/pads. Shoes are used on drum brakes, pads on disk brakes. While they aren't typically the cause of total failure, they can be a problem.
  • Low brake fluid. Sometimes worn brake pads can result in significant piston movement inside the caliper. That can cause low brake fluid inside the reservoir. Check the fluid level.
  • Leaky master cylinder or slave cylinder. Usually you'll see fluid leaking around the inside of the wheels or down from the master cylinder.
  • Air in the brake line. If there is a poor seal on the master cylinder or if the brake fluid has been allowed to run out, it's possible that you may air in the line. The hydraulic line must be purged of all air for hydraulic brakes to function properly. If you haven't done it before, enlist the help of a mechanically inclined friend who has a little experience with bleeding the brakes.
Of course, it's always possible that a flexible brake line has ruptured or been cut or some other damage has occurred, but that's rare.

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The problem is not the booster, the job of the booster is to make braking easier. If the booster went out the brakes would be hard to press.
Your soft pedal is likely due to air in the brake lines. Bleed the brakes and go from there.

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