Question about Chevrolet Cars & Trucks
No brakes pedal when pressed just goes to the floor when released it acts like there is suction as it slowly rises bleed the brakes and nothing any help to lead me to my next venture would be great
Let me save you a lot of headaches. First it is a 78. If it runs good and you absolutely want to keep it. Just replace all of it. Master cylinder, brake pads and shoes, brake lines, calipers, brake cylinders, brakes hoses, drums, and rotors. This will save you loads of time, just do it all at once. Yeah it's costly. About $400 in parts. But you don't have to worry about brakes not stopping you because you only fixed one thing. You will eventually replace all of these parts any way. Let it sit , if you can, and get all the parts together and do the job. This would cost $1200+ at a shop.
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