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Ensure brake lines are not cracked or loose bleeder valves.

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Brakes have a mushy to floor response


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Brakes only working on driver side, rear and front, no brakes on passenger side rear and front. fluid good, lines good.


There only a few things that would cause this that you need to check, first start at the front wheel that doesnt work, have someone applie the brake open the bleeder screw if fluid sprays then caliper is bad or caliper slides are frozen, if no fluid comes out then you have a bad brake hose at that wheel, do the same to rear if fluid comes out of bleeder in rear then wheel cylinders are no good if no fluid comes out then brake hose to rear wheels is no good, make sure to have pedal pressed and repush pedal when checking the rear. hope this helps.

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You are getting plenty of fluid to both rear wheels when you bleed it? Rear brakes drum or disc?

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hello, check make sure, emergency brake handle is all the way down, check brake fluid, usually when light comes on you are low on brake fluid, also have front brakes,rear brakes checked out, you may need new brakes on front or rear, make sure there is know brake fluid leaking from your master cyclinder under the hood where you put fluid in brake resivor

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My brake light and a light that looks like a car with //\ at the bottom are on. brake fluid is fine and all rear lights are working


Your brake light is on because your brake fluid is probably low in the brake master cylinder. As the brakes wear, the fluid level drops proportionally. A switch in the brake master cyluinder measures the fluid level.

The //\\ light indicates you have a burnt out tail or brake lamp. All of the rear lamps are checked by a sensor, including the one in the rear window.

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I have bleed rear breaks.I cant seem to get fluid to rear.The ABS light is on along with the break light.Is it possible that there is a faulty ABS sensor not allowing fluid to be distributed to the rear...


I'm confused, how did U bleed the rear brakes and there's no fluid to them? first of all U need to get fluid to the rear.

  1. Make sure there fluid in the brake reserve
  2. leave the cap off the reserve
  3. crack open the furthest bleeder valve till fluid come out (take it off if U have 2)
  4. if nothing still come out, then U have a clogged brake line
  5. blow back through the line from the brake side (slow till it bubbles back through the reserve
  6. then gravity bleed it, tighten up the the valve
  7. now U can bleed the brakes

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No brake fluid flow to right rear brake


the stratus is know for clasped rear brake hoses .This stops the flow off brake fluid. try opening the brake lines at the master cylinder that go to the rear.pump up brakes first! if you got fluid than check the brake line if this is rear disc brakes on the line at the rear will be a built in proportioning valve.if drum loosen rubber hose line before the rubber part to see if you have fluid. If you do replace the brake hose! On you 74 challenger by the way i love dodge! any way on the valve there is a small button on the front of the proportioning valve that pops out it needs to be tap in lightly. also hit the brake peddel kind of hard a couple off times if that doesn't work. thanks for your question


p.s that hex bar on the is a junction not a proportioning valve .

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Sounds like you have a leak in the brake system. The fluid you are seeing is brake fluid.

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