Question about 2007 Ford F-250 Super Duty Lariat
You may still have air in the ,lines.if you want to do it properly you must bleed all four wheels till the brake fluid is clear and free of air. when you complete this task,you should have a nice hi pedal,if not check for leaks.if no leaks,your problem may be the master cylinder. make sure your master is full at all times during the bleeding sequence.to check the master start the vehicule,press the brake pedal and hold down there should not be any downward travel on the pedal,if there is replace the master.
Posted on Dec 04, 2011
If you replaced the rear brake shoes check the e brake adjuster to make sure it is adjusted/ installed properly. also check that the rear wheel cylinder is in proper contact with shoes
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