Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
The pedal goes to the floor board, but nothing happens. Vehicle starts. Tried disconnecting battery cables. Tried touching batt cables together after removing them from batt.
You need to bleed the air from the system. First if you replaced the master cylinder you need to bleep both ports that the line hook too. Then hook the lines up and bleed all four corners of the vehicles brakes starting with the right rear since it is the furthest point away from the master cylinder. As you bleed the system remember to refill the master so you don't' ingest more air into the system again.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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