Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
1994 gmc Sierra. Poor, soft, spongey peddle feel that sinks almost to the floor. Brakes work but stroke is long and almost to the floor. Forget a panic stop. When one is attempted I hear a loud swish from the peddle as it dives down. The truck has moved too far a distance before the brakes engage. I,ve changes the master with a new unit, installed braided steel lines, slotted rotors and ceramic pads with no luck. I've been a driver for 45 years and never had a worse peddle feel. Help. Cliff.
Well maybe the lines are not bleed right. did you bleed the master??
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