Question about 1994 Honda Civic
Normally when the brake pedal goes almos to the floor it is an indication of low brake fluid. Low brake fluid is an indication that front and/or rear brakes are wearing. As the brake pads wear down more brake fluid will be required in the wheel cylinders or calipers. Hint, the front brakes usually wear much faster than the rear due to the fact that the fronts due a much greater braking function that the rear. Check the front pads. Don't let them get down to the metal scraping metal stage before you change them out. This causes unnessary damage to the rotors. Look at your master cylinder on the firewall under the hood in front of the steering wheel. If the fluid level is belowhte "max" mark add fluid. Low fliud should also show as a red "brake" light on your dash, but not always.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
Sounds like a bad or empty Master cylinder or slave brake system leakage . Check the master for full brake fluid. Look for leaks at each wheel.
Maybe the system has to be bled.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 14, 2015
You either have air in the system or your master has failed unless you see an obvious leak and/or replaced a line recently
assuming you did not install calipers recently and installed them upside down, then its time to replace the master
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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