Question about 1991 Acura Legend
Am getting good pressure on R side front and L side back, but very little pressure on L side Front and R side back. Just replaced both front brake pads. What is probable cause of this?
Look for divider block that all lines from brakes come to below master cylinder.some are mounted in frame and others on fire wall below master cylinder.could be trash blockage there.possible solution is to undo lines that are giving you trouble there and at wheel cylinders and blow out with air and pressure flush with fluid to determine good flow.then reconnect and bleed again.hope this helps as you sound like a good wrench spinner...chris
Posted on May 13, 2009
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