Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
When i push the pedal down it goes all the way to the floor. i have tried replacing the master cylinder and bleeding the brakes and i still have the same issue.
You will may want to check your calipers to make sure the pistion or pistons depending on your truck are pushing the brake pad against the rotor> While you are down there you might want to check out the rotor and brake pads as well. To check the rotors make sure there isn't any hot spots due to over heating your brakes as well as an out of round rotor. To check the pads just have a quick look at them to see if there is any scoring or uneven pad wear. remember that uneven pad wear can also be caused by the calipers
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