Question about 1997 Chevrolet C/K 2500
My 1997 chevrolet 2500 pickup has been out of commission for about 1 year. I finally repaired some items on it and now my brakes won't hold. I replaced the master cylinder, it seemed like that fixed the problem until I cranked it up, the brake pedal went to the floor. Then someone told me I had to replace the brake booster. The same thing after I replaced it, you think you have good brake until you crank the engine the pedal goes to the floor. Yes, I have bled the lines still no change. Someone help me!
Check all your lines make sure that they are tight also check you calipers and make sure that the seals are good and you are not leaking fluid anywhere. When brakes go to the floor means you have air in the lines still
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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