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Braks wont relise after stoping must set for hours to relise

New master cylinder new wheel cylinder on rears

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  • Joel Friedenberg Mar 28, 2014

    Hi Boyd Drollinger, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? Have you checked the front calipers to see if one or both are locked???

  • Boyd Drollinger
    Boyd Drollinger Mar 29, 2014

    the brakes one at a time left rear 1st right rear 2nd left front 3rd then right front last takes the right front 2 hours to relice

  • Boyd Drollinger
    Boyd Drollinger Mar 30, 2014

    • I replaced the MC with another new MC 1st one would mot return under pressure. new doesn't always mean that it works right

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    _-__-___-_ Mar 31, 2014

    good, and yes, wrong part in box. or china clones, any thing is possible.



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ABS ????????
crack the line to that brake, caliper
that means the fitting, not to break it.
loosen the fitting to that line, and find who is blocked.
my guess is you put in the MC and did not set the back side pedal
rod gap. per the FSm. spec?
did you use the FSM as a guide? or guess.?
1: new MC
2: new rear cyl./
3: old calipers.
so did the old calipers work before and how long was before. 1 day, 1 year?
if you loosen the rear hose fitting to the caliper that jams
and it release, the lock the the problem is up stream.
if not dont release the caliper is bad.
easy huh, just a turn of the wrench.
even bad calliper sliders can jam a rotor and that is the first thing
i check on calipers after leaks.
they must slide and float, if not they are dangerous.

if ABS , nows to time to say,
if ABS did you first read the FSM pages on how to bleed ABS on this suzuki, some cars need a special scan tool to get the ABS modulor
working right, (specials steps)
good luck there.

ive never seen a wagon R, we dont have them here.
so do post whats there.

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