Question about Cars & Trucks
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!!!
Posted on Mar 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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.
Posted on Sep 12, 2012
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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