Question about 2001 Buick Century
Hey Todd, I have a 98 Century with ABS, sounds like you will have to bleed the lines again. The ABS only interupts the ability to skid and keep traction. Sometimes the cylinders can erupt when too much pulse is shot through the lines such as slamming brakes. These are found in the rotor assembly and brake pads in front of veh and you would see fluid around either front tire or both. If you are only seeing one puddle somewhere else then you might try inspecting the pedal it's self and the lines or cables that the pedal tells the master cylinder what to do. Either way it sounds like you will have to bleed the lines. Hope this helps,
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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