Question about 1989 Mazda MX-6
I have replaced left caliper, master cyl. Bench bled master perfectly. No bubbles. Have spent 3 hours going from wheel to wheel bleeding. Wifes leg is gettin really tired. I get the same result every time. Pedal goes about an inch or so from the floor then has good resistance. Like I said I have gravity bled the brakes then spent hours pumping and bleeding. Always the same result. Feels halfway decent with car shut off, but as soon as I start car pedal goes almost to the floor. With the car running you still cannot pump up the pedal. It will stop the car fine but I don't like the having the pedal travel that far before it stops. Can a proportioning valve cause that? Can I be getting air in lines without leaking fluid in the process? If so how?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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