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The clutch system need to be bled. These can be a pain to bleed. Using either a vacuum type bleeder or injecting in from the bleeder on the slave cylinder seem to work the best.

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I have a 1992 Mercury Sable that I bought used in February. About 2 weeks ago my brake like started coming on and staying on for a short period of time(longer than it does when you first start the car) My...


Hello, You should see an object under the hood on the Drivers side. This object will be round and look like 2 frying pans laying with 1 up and 1 down and will be mounted to a body part called the Firewall. Bolted on this part will be the Master Cylinder and it will have a plastic bowl hopefully full of Brakefluid. There is a "Fill" line running along the top edge.

You can go to Autozone, Oreillys. and Advance autoparts for help on your car. They will put in Batteries, windshield wipers, and run a scanner on your vehicle for free. They will tell you what type of Brakefluid you need and can tell you if it needs some fluid.

I would not add Fluid more than once without having the Brakelines checked or the wheel Calipers looked at for leakage problem. The Fluid level will drop slightly as the Brake linings wear, but the level should not change even Monthly without there being a problem.

I hope my solution is very helpful in solving your concerns, and it is good that you are not ignoring what your car may be telling you.

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fuse #10 in the fuse box inside the van under the dash this fuse will be blown HOWEVER the reason the fuse is blown is your real problem
the most likely cause is the reduntant bps on the master cylinder just unplug it and the fuse should stop blowing.
you can replace it if you want.
be very carefull of leaking brakefluid on harness below this sensor if brakefluid has leaked into harness and is not attended too it can cause major problems.

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you have a broken line or a lose connection, if you lose too much you will have no brakes at all.

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Still have air in system.. Try this: Pull pedal up,fill reservoir to the top, open bleed nipple on slave cyl all the way,leave for a while to "gravity feed" keeping the reservoir full,& an eye on the nipple, until all bubbles are expelled and clean brakefluid drips out(could take a few minutes). Close the nipple, and bleed system as usual....

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