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Car comes to stop then as you hold brake pedal slowly goes to floor

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You have an internal leak in the brake master cylinder.

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Our ABS light stays on constantly .Lose brake pedal occasionly. Replaced brake pads, caliphers, rotors. Still have ABS light on and lose brake partically.


If you have brake fade that is if you hold the brake pedal down and it slowly goes down to the floor you probably need a master cylinder

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Even after replacing front and rear brakes, the pedal goes nearly to the floor (but does stop the vehicle). What do I need to do


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Brake pedal goes to floor after fixing leak in line and bleeding brakes


neither is bad. The proportioning valve is kicked and they can sometimes be a bear to re center. Here's the best way I've had success doing that. Before you try opening up any more bleeder screws you, 1)top off the brake fluid reservoir, 2) slowly pump the brake pedal, not all the way to the floor and without the engine running but with the key on, about 20 to 30 times. After you do that you very quickly hit the brake pedal very hard but not all the way to the floor. The repeated slow pumping of the pedal will very slowly put pressure into the line, even if it's air it will compress a little at a time and when you jab the pedal that one time at the end it will re-center the valve. Now here's the key. If the brake light is on it should shut off when that valve centers itself. That's when you must bleed the air out but whoever you have helping you tell them not to push the pedal all the way to the floor again or the valve will pop again. Open the bleeder to the caliper that had the blown line and then have them push slowly down on the pedal only half way to the floor and then stop pushing and hold position til you tighten the bleed screw. After you close the bleeder screw they can let up and do it again. If he pushes it to the floor and you hear a click that means the valve kicked again and you need to start over. Time consuming, yes but it works. I hope this makes sense. Sometimes it's hard to relay what I do to words on paper,.
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I have replaced my brake pads I've bleed my lines several times. The brakes work fine until I hold the brake pedal down, thats when it slowly goes down to the floor in a few seconds and the brak


sounds like the brake master cylinder seals are worn buy a master cylinder kit and get a mechanic to repair it it is a lot cheaper than replacing the whole unit

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Brake pedal goes to floor when first applied. Fluid within limits. No signs of leak(s). Hissing sound noted. No vibration.


Hissing sound indicates booster diaphragm has torn. Please let me know if you would like instructions for replacing the booster.

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I can't get my brakes to bled. I pump the brakes 3 time then hold it to the floor, loosen the cap to let air out,but pedal still goes to the floor


pump up pedal with bleeder locked 6 or 7 times slowly,hold pedal down crack bleeder pedal should sink lock up bleeder before lifting pedal repeat several times should do it also remove bleeder feom caliper to make sure its not blocked

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Brake system or booster


is your pedal hard to push? if so maybe booster. does your pedal slowly drop all the way to the floor? if so definately the master cylinder (leaks internally)

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