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Replaces the callipars, pads and booster on abs brake system for an lexus 1995 sc400 still not working

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Did you bleed the brake lines?

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2010 town and country brake pedal dropping after changing all brake pads

Could be the ABS system/pump needs bled. Takes a scanner to do this.

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I have a 1995 K1500. I have had every part of the brake system replaced and still no brakes. when I stump on them it feels like your pushing on a brick wall, then they leak down to almost the floor be

That hard pedal is a sign of a vacuum leak on the brake booster.Check the vacuum hose on the booster for holes and with the engine running have someone push the brake pedal while someone else watches the hose to see if it is collapsing when the brake is applied.If it does that will be your problem.Replace the 3/8 vacuum booster hose.It will have to be the thick hose just for a vacuum booster or it will do the same thing if that is what is wrong.

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Replaced brake pads, rotars and callipars and brakes feel spongey. did bleed all 4 callipars til fluid came out and replaced brake fluid in master cylinder, still spongey can't figure it out.

U need the special anti-lock brake (ABS) bleeder adapter to get the air out of the ABS hydraulic control unit, that is why the spongy feel the system is no completely bled of air unless you hook up the tool that holds the hydraulic control valves open for bleeding

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How do I replace the brakes on a 1995 sc400.

  1. Remove wheel.
  2. Remove the bottom caliper bolt, and turn caliper up
  3. Remove following parts:
    1. Two anti-squeal springs.
    2. Two brake pads.
    3. Four anti-squeal shims.
    4. Two pad wear indicators.
    5. Four pad support plates.
  1. Install new pad support plates.
  2. Install pads as follows:
    1. Install wear indicators on pads.
    2. Apply disc brake grease to both anti-squeal shim. Then install shims on each pad.
    3. Install pads with wear indicators facing downward.
    4. Install anti-squeal springs.
  1. Remove small amount of brake fluid from reservoir.
  2. Place a wooden plate on pistons, and press pistons in with hammer handle or equivalent.
  3. Install calipers and bolts. Tighten to specifications.
  4. Ensure brake fluid is at Max line.

Sep 25, 2009 | 1995 Lexus Sc 400

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Anti lock brake light on dash in 1995 gm yukon

sounds to me like the abs relay is bad maybe $75 repair at the dealer

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Replaced master cylinder bled as per specs but have dead pedal intermitantly. does this have to do with the abs system needing bled, if so how is that done.

Try changing the brake booster. The abs has nothin to do with the brake pedel. All the abs does is electronically adjust pressure applied to each wheel to keep the wheels from lockin up and sliding. You've either got a bad master cylinder or your brake booster is bad

Apr 30, 2009 | 1995 Honda Accord

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Brakes are terrible.

Sounds like two issue. The ABS unit might need replacement (known issue for ABS lights on) and the brakes need to be quality parts (ATE, Brembo, Girling, etc.) , not discount auto or pep boy type brakes. Those don't stop well. If the pedal travel is excessive, bleed the brake system first. If its still excessive, its most likely the master cylinder, not the booster (booster will make the pedal hard).

Mar 16, 2009 | 1998 Audi A6

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Fading brake pedal

Perfect well at this point i would say that tha abs valve is bypassing fluid. If you can un hook the line that comes into the abs valve and plug it and try and bleed the system where you cap the line going into the abs valve. If you get a good pedal after pluging the line going into the abs valve this tells me that the abs valve is bypassing fluid give it a try i have ran into this a few time and the abs valve has been bad. Also can you rate this sluton also i do hits on my own free time thanks good luck

Jan 16, 2009 | 1995 Ford F350

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