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I have a 2003honda pliot i cant get no brake fluid to pump up to the cliper


Abs systems are harder to bleed but it is quite possible the the bleeder screw is just plugged up. Pull the bleeder screw completely out and see iff you can blow through it and see if brakefluid finally comes out of caliper. If it does not trace the line backwards and crack lines open to see when and where the clog begins. Sometimes the abs unit can become clogged because brake fluid breaks down and becomes a sludge because hardly anyone flushes the brake fluid anymore. Brake fluild needs replaced after atleast by second brakejob, otherwise it breaks down from all the heat created from pressurizing and depressurizing in the brake system. Good luck finding your clog. I would advise removing your brake master cylinder reservoir and clean it out and clean out the brake ports in the master before reinstalling. Flush your whole system and your brake system will last for many more years.

Feb 21, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Back breaks won't bleed


If the brakes work, then you know that fluid is moving which would indicate that the bleed screws are likely clogged and will need to be replaced. If there is not fluid moving to the back then you may have a bad master cylinder or a brake line has clogged or failed. The flexible lines that run from the hardlines to the wheel do degrade over time and can clog up and not allow brake fluid to flow.

Jan 04, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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1986 toyota 4x4 pickup brakes go to the floor


Check your brake lines/connections for leakage and clogging. Any leaks/clogs? Fix the problem spots. Then bleed the system. This is best/easiest done with two people. Brake bleeding steps can be found in pretty much ANY auto repair manual for a vehicle with conventional hydraulic brakes.

Apr 25, 2014 | 1986 Toyota Pickup 4WD

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Stuck rear drum brake.


Try disconnecting the brake line to the rear pass side wheel cylinder the brake lines might be clogged or the cylinders are going bad

Jan 26, 2014 | 1995 Subaru Legacy

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Clogged line


When your brake pedal is hard, you may need to check your brake booster and the vacuum line to the brake booster if their is sanction, if their is sanction in vacuum pipe to the brake booster you need to have your brake booster replaced.
You also need to check your vacuum pump and the piping.

Oct 18, 2013 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

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Brakes not engaging


sounds like there is getting no brake fulid to the line check the brake line open the top part of the brake line and see if fluid comes and if it does then good then open the side from the wheel and if it doesnt then ist clogged and u need a new brake lin e

Feb 03, 2013 | Chevrolet Blazer Cars & Trucks

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Clogged brake line. need diagram


What symptoms are you getting? If a caliper is dragging it may not be the brake line. Make sure the master cylinder isn't overfilled so the fluid can expand. Brake lines rarely clog with the correct fluid in the lines. The calipers might also be bad - if so - replace both - not just one.

Mar 27, 2010 | 1999 Nissan Altima

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I can't get back brakes on a 1995 Monte Carlo. I replaced the brake pads all around and put new line on the back. It had good brakes on the back when I started.


Have some one pump the break up and hold the peddle doun to the floor and take back break line loose and see if you are getting fluid to the back. if not you need to check lines for bends and clogs. And check the resivor for clogs and fluid. If you are then change the break cylinder It has gone bad.

Sep 23, 2009 | 1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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Brakes


is the brake pedal soft or go to the floor? you could have a rusted out or pinched metal brake line, or the rubber brake hose could be clogged, you must trace the hose and metal line back to the master and look for leaks or rust, then unscrew the line from the master and make sure you get fluid there while depressing the pedal, and just keep disconnecting down the line until you get fluid to the caliper be sure your bleeder screw is not just clogged with rust remove it all the way and depress the pedal to see if you have fluid there please rate -jeff

Jul 28, 2008 | 1998 Buick Century

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