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Brake system must be purged/ bled of air when system is opened. Some times the entire system has to be bled several times to get ALL of the air out. Please refer to a repair manual for correct bleeding procedure or take vehicle to reputable mechanic. Brakes save lives!!!

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You can do the job by yourself with the help of someone who have already done it. Mechanical part of the job is not difficult, but for clearing of the ait from lines you need two people(one pressing the brake paddle and one working under the car). Personaly I recomend to buy a new master cylinder. It is important part for your safety, it is master part in your brake system. If this part fails you won't be able to brake. You can get a lot of parts at junk yard but for your safety I don't recomend this one. I would by a new one and get someone experience to help me with replacement. It will take for about 2-3 hours. Otto

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SOURCE: 1999 chevy blazer. brake pedel go to floor.

If you are not having to add any brake fluid to the master cylinder the master cylinder must be replaced.

Posted on Oct 23, 2009

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SOURCE: brakes go to floor after master cylinder and power booster were change

SOUNDS LIKE THE REAR BRAKES ARE OUT OF ADJUSTMENT,DRUMS MIGHT BE OVERSIZED AS WELL,BUT FIRST THINGS FIRST I WOULD CHECK N MAKE SURE NO AIR IN BRAKE SYSTEM,HOPE THE INSTALLER OF THE MASTER CYLINDER BENCH BLED IT.

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SOURCE: installed three master cylinders and apower booster in a 1999 dodge ram1500 after amonth they go back to yhe floor

Who is supplying the master cylinders? Are they new or manufactured? If they are not new get a new one not a manufactured one. Use quality parts from Bendix and others, never use no name replacements. The best price is not the best deal is the part is junk.

Posted on Sep 13, 2012

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We're is the bleeding screw on the master cylinder on a 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager


The master cylinder doesn't have a bleeding screw. Bleeding screws are located on each front caliper and the rear drum brakes. You'll need an assistant to press the brake pedal down on signal as you open the bleed screw slightly and close it back before they allow the pedal to return to normal position each time, until you've purged it through with new clean fluid. Fill up the master cyclinder frequently as you do this to assure it doesn't run dry. (If it does the master cylinder may be toasted.) Remember bleeding these types of cars is different than many others as it has dual lines, one for each side of the car. the bleed order is: LR, RF, RR, LF to get all the air out of the lines properly. Brake should be replaced every two years in humid or wet climates as brake fluid is hygroscopic... attaches to water vapor and stays in the braking system.

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My 99 Plymouth grand voyager has a recurring brakes problem.What could be wrong?


Fixed--- I don't think so !!

3 Mechanics-that is sad

How about the power brake booster?
Was that checked & the vacuum check valve okey?

You wouldn't be happy if that solved the issue & you
got the valve off the wall on a trip thru the parts store
& installed yourself

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I remember a load leveler valve under the back on
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I have the same van and the brake system is a bad design.
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I have a 1999 plymouth grand voyager i changed the brakes 3 months ago and bleed them and now i press the brakes and it goes all the way to the floor and it fails to stop. what could it be?


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If you hear air, it is probably a failed diaphram in your booster. When you say you had good pedal, that was with engine off, right. Then, with engine on it goes to the floor. Does it still go to the floor with engine off? If no, it is the booster. Let me know if this isn't it or you have more questions.

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not sure the snow has anything to do with it. sounds like a broken brake line, or the master cyclinder has failed. do you have any brakes at all. ?

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Well the brake pedal went straight to the floor so we tried to bleed the brakes well that didn't work so we changed the master cylinder to see if that was it it wasn't so we replaced the brake booster and...


We had the same problem. It was the master cylinder. There was a recall on some of the master cylinders made for that vehicle. It costs about $80 and is fairly straightforward to replace.

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