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Low brake peddle , replaced master cylinder , still no pressure to rear , and peddle still low after bleeding ...

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REAR BREAK LINE IS RUSTED OUT I HAVE 96 LT CUT OUT AT RAER DRIVER SIDE JUST IN FRONT REAR WHEEL AND SPLICE BUT YOUR FUEL LINES WON;T BE FAR BEHIND THE DISIGEN SUCKS IVE HAD TO DO IT GAS TANK ALL FUEL LINES ASK ME THERE SHOULD BE A CLASS ACTION LAW SUITE AGAINST GM OVER FUEL SYSTEM GOOD LUCK

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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  • poppeyejr Oct 13, 2010

    I agree that the design sucks and the fuel lines won't be far behind , but I'm not losing any fluid , just no pressure too the rear brakes ... made a mistake with the year it's a 98 not 94 ...

  • JOHN LAPIER Oct 13, 2010

    95 LATE MODELS -2000 ARE BASICLY THE SAMETRUST ME I;VE LIVED IT LOOK CLOSER ITS RUNNING DOWN THE FRAME AND NOT OVISEIS

  • JOHN LAPIER Oct 14, 2010

    98 BLAZER HOW DID YOU DO YOU HAVE AN AIR LEAK AIR IS COMPRESABLE OIL IS NOT CHECK MASTER CYLINDER AROUND FIRE WALL UNDER VACUUM BOOSTER CONTROL UNIT OR INSIDE WHERE PUSH ROD ATTACHES TO PEDEL

  • JOHN LAPIER Oct 17, 2010

    PIER.J LET ME ASK YOU THIS WHEN YOU REPLACED MASTER CLINDER DID YOU BENCH BLEED THE UNIT IF YOU DIDN;T THERE IS AIR TRAPED IN THE MASTER CYLINDER AND IT WOUN;T WORK

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