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Put on new disc on front, can't seem to get brakes to bleede air.

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U need need to have a shop bleed these brakes, there is a special tool for the ABS system that holds open the tiny popit valves in the ABS hydraulic control unit and allows air to bleed by. There is no way areound this, the job is not that expensive, any time shop can do it.

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Sounds like a leak in the brake line.
In the first place the front disc brakes do 70% of the work to stop the vehicle .
When you need to bleed your brakes you break into the system this lets fluid out air will get in every time so even a pin hole in the line or at a fitting will let air in slowly .The problem is air is compressible fluid is not so look for leaks at rear lines and fittings its vary common for rear lines to rust out and many inexpensive ways to repair them .
An other thing to know is when bleeding brakes is if you didn't open the front lines you don't need to bleed them but with the rears start with the farthest one away from the master cylinder passenger side rear 99% of the time and work back to the master .
I think your whole problem is a rusted out line 94 thats a lot of road salt good luck

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I have replaced 3 disc brake calipers on my 2001 pt cruiser. after bleeding all 4 brakes 3 times, I started the car and brake pedal goes to floor. is my brake booster shot?


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Maybe it's your bleeding sequence.
1. Ensure all the bleeder valves are closed and wipe all fluid from your fittings.
2. Fill the master cylinder reservoir and have a helper keep pressure on the brake pedal. Pump it 5 times till there is some pressure, then hold. Tell them to tell you when it hits the floor.
3. Open the right rear bleeder valve while your helper maintains pressure. Close the valve when the pedal reaches the floor. Repeat until clear fluid with no bubbles comes out of the valve.
4. Repeat sequence for left rear, then right front, then finally left front.
Wipe all fittings and valves at the wheels and the master cylinder. Look at fitting on your ABS module to ensure they are tight and dry.

Pump the pedal and recheck your fittings to ensure they are still dry. A leak will kill you.

Anyway, that's how I do it. A note about ABS...ignore it while bleeding, it does not affect the procedure.

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