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Break pedal is going too far to the floor. checked the fluid and it is fine. dont see any leaks

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2004 f150 ,replaced all brakes and parts,replaced all flex lines.Worked fine for 3 months,pedal start feeling spongy again,we rebled the system again follow produce.Got 2 weeks out of it,now the pedel is...


If you haven't refilled the resovoir for the brake fluid and it's running out again you have a leak in hte brake line somewhere. Even if you replaced the brake lines you might still have a leak somewhere. It just takes time to find it

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Brake pedal goes to the floor. I have a 2009 Kia Rio automatic. Has 27,000 miles on it. Basically looks new every where, under hood etc.. There have been at least two times that the brake pedal has...


you can call any dealership and give them you're vin number to see if there is any recalls on the break system. something that new would most likely not need a knew master cylinder or break buster. can also have breaks bleed. if there is an air bubble in the line this could happen. mechanic shops should be able to bleed breaks for 40-50 dollars. i would recommend picking one you trust so they don't rip you off.

Oct 27, 2013 | 2001 Kia Rio

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Brake reservoir leaking?


Clean up any oil leaks.
Have someone sit in the car and depress the pedal while you check around for leaks.
You need to check all brake lines, and calipers etc.
Locate your leak and repair or replace parts as necessary.

Nov 13, 2012 | 2000 Toyota Tundra

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My truck leaks brake fluid after being shut off?


i think there could be air in the system and it takes a little while to work back to the reservoir and the release of the air is pushing out the fluid. try bleeding the entire brake system from each wheel to the master cylinder see if it stops it

Jul 20, 2012 | 2001 Dodge Ram 3500 Truck

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Peltalgo to the floor like i have nothing


its your fuel filter, you could take something like a wooden bat and bang on the gas tank, this will usually break it up or else your goint to need a new feul filter.

Dec 18, 2010 | 1994 Nissan Pickup

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II was changing my brake pads and accidently unscrewed the bolt to my break fluid. I finished the pads and went to set the brake and it just went to the floorboard and checked brake fluid. the resivoir was...


WHEN FINISH REPLACING BRAKE PADS.MAKE SURE MASTER CYLINDER COVER ON FLUID LEVEL OKAY.YOU PUMP BRAKE PEDAL UNTIL BRAKE PEDAL GET FIRM HARD.IF BRAKE PEDAL KEEP GOING TO THE FLOOR YOU HAVE AIR IN THE HYDRALIC BRAKE SYSTEM.BRAKE SYSTEM NEED BLEEDING.DONT DRIVE VECHICLE IF BRAKE PEDAL FEEL SPONGY OR GO TO FLOOR.

Oct 20, 2010 | 1999 Nissan Pathfinder

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Brake pedal went to the floor. have some brake left but it does not seem to be leaking fluid


Visiually check the rear breaks and if it is not leaking you the need master cylinder replace. When replacing a master cylinder don't forget to bleed for trap air also.

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