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1996 honda accord front brakes freezing up, got new everything caliper, master cylin, booster, and brakes.

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The most common cause would be a defective brake line. The inner lining deteriorates and acts like a one way valve, and won't allow fluid to return.

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I changed rear calipers on 94 Honda accord. Not getting fluid to one side now.


I was looking through your recent posts and i own a 95 honda accord and i had the same problem. thinking my brakes were bad and that my brake booster was bad. but just to find out my master cylinder was shot..
seems like you replaced your brakes for no reason as did i.
my master cylinder could have possibly went out. and could be a reason why no fluid is running on one side. hope this helps

Feb 05, 2013 | 1994 Honda Accord

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Brake pedal goes down to far very intermittently.


The fact that you say it is an intermitant problem makes me think your new master cyl is no good. If it happened all the time , I would suggest bleeding the system , and adjusting (tightening) the rear brakes.
If it is the Master , I would expect you would loose a bit of fluid , but you might not see any because it would be leaking out the end of the master and into the booster unit.

Feb 28, 2010 | 1996 Honda Accord

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Replaced the brake booster how do you adjust for


Possibly the Proportioning valve. its where the lines go after the master. it has a bleeder screw of some sort on it. The pins inside wear out and stick causing uneven pressure. Replace or rebuild it if that be the case. Also chect the master for fluid leaks at the end of the piston where it connects to the booster push rod. If its leaking rebuild or replace it. 

Aug 09, 2009 | 1994 Honda Accord

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How to replace front rotor honda accord 2004


1. Jack up and support car with hydraulic floor jack and jack stands
2. Remove desired wheel(s)
3. Remove the two 17mm caliper botls
4. Remove the caliper and support with a coat hanger throught the bolt hole
5. Replace the brake pads (if needed) I recommend Honda
6. Remove the top off of the master brake cylinder that is attached to the brake booster under the hood.
7. Use an appropriate tool to reset the caliper cylinder to the recessed position. (C-clamp can work too)
8. Check to see that you have not spilled any brake fluid out of the top of the master cylinder (wipe any fluid up immediatley (especially if on paint)
9. Using a impact philips driver remove the two set screws for the rotor
10. Have rotor machined or replace with a new one (recommend Honda)
11. Clean new rotors with brakecleaner (whether new or machined)
12. Reinstall rotors and new set screws (be sure to use impact driver to set them)
13. Reinstall newly loaded calipers (with new pads)
14. Reinstall two bolts on the rear
15. Remove any supports from within the wheel-well (coat hangers/wires) that were used to support caliper
16. Reistall wheel and torque bolts to 80 ftlbs.
17. Lower the vehicle slowly after removing jack stands from the rocker panel.
18. Replace the cap on the master cylinder reservoir.
19. Test at slow speeds and take it easy for a while.

Jul 13, 2009 | 2004 Honda Accord

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Brake lock-up


I suspect that you have front disc and rear drum brakes.You did not say which of your brakes are locking up. I suggest that if your front brakes are locking {skid} that means your rear brakes are not engaging. If your rear brakes are locking {skid} then I suggest you have problems with park brake or brake fluid leaking onto the rear shoes.
More info would help me help you. I will check back soon.

May 21, 2009 | 1985 Honda Accord

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1996 HONDA ACCORD FRONT BRAKE LOCK UP AFTER


check that the master cylinder is not locking on with a pressure build up the cyl may need replacing probly does

May 11, 2009 | 1996 Honda Accord

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My 1992 Honda accord rotors get hot even after replacing the master cylinder,brake lines,calipers,pads. seems like the power booster is somehow the problem. like it makes the pedal get hard.


Did you bleed the brakes properly after you did all the work? Air in the system will cause varied problems, mainly, the fluid can't flow properly. Did you clean the rotors before you installed them with brake kleen? They have a rust preventive coating (like cosmoline) on them when they are new. If the pedal is hard to push the booster could be bad or not getting enough vacuum to operate properly. Take the vacuum fitting off the booster and make sure it isn't clogged. Check the vacuum line for breaks. Make sure it is connected properly. Inspect the booster for any holes.

Apr 26, 2009 | 1992 Honda Accord

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