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1999 explorer brake goes all the way to the floor no leaks and pads are good

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Master cylinder is bad .

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Brake pad dropped to the floor,brake fluid leaked out


catastrophic failure , DO NOT DRIVE
so find leak, see leak location, that is BAD.
MC (master cylinder)
or slaves (calipers or drum cylinders.
or hoses. (any)
pipes, (aka, hard lines)
junctions.
aBS?

why not post source of leak, or better photos.
or better yet, call a mech. for help .

floor, floor of cab, floor of garage, just a tiny hint on floor
and what 4 corners of car. inside or outside.
,fluid can leak down both sides of any MC

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The brake pedal goes right to the floor


Did you try bleeding the brakes? Sounds like air in the line.

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I have replaced front rotors and pads even caliper on passenger side and rear brake pads but pedal still goes to floor


Did you bleed the brakes after doing all that stuff? You have to bleed em any time you remove the calipers

Jun 29, 2011 | 1999 Ford Explorer

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99 ford explorer brake pedal goes to floor. Booster or master cyl. ?


Not likely that the booster is an issue. The booster would not be able to overcome the brake fluid compression.
First open and inspect all brakes for leaks, adjustment, etc. Check all brake lines.
So if no leaks, did the fluid go low in the MC? If so, pad consumption would eat more than a MC reservoir of fluid, and not require MC replacement, but rebleeding and top up of fluid. If the pads are worn, and you replace them, often this will expel air back through the MC.

If you determine the MC is faulty, bench bleed the new one before install, or you will have lots of problems getting air out....

Mar 03, 2011 | 1999 Ford Explorer

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1999 Yukon. My brake pads are good. I replaced the master cylinder, and bled the brakes. My brakes still fade away to the floor. Any suggestions?


if its loosing brake fludid find out were its leaking out,,
its got to be a brake caliber or if not one of them and your happy with the master cylinder then have a realy good look at your brake servow it could be leaking into that

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Pedal intermittently goes to floor when I brake, I just had pads


You need to rebuild the master cylinder or replace it. A valve inside the cylinder is sticking open.

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Brakes to the floor(almost) 99 blazer


bleed the brake again. if the pedal goes to the floor with little resistance, then the master cylinder is your problem.
the shim is to depress the noise when you applied the brake. you can skip that, if the brake works without it.

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Brakes bad even after replacing pads/rotors


You need to replace the master cylinder. If all else is good and the petal goes to the floor, that's really about all it could be.

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if you have no leak our master cylinder is defective good luck pierre

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