Question about 2003 Saab 9-3
You bled them with no brakes? That didn't work. You have to get a pedal going or something is wrong. You must have a leak somewhere you don't know about. Why did you replace the master? Fill up the reservoir, again, start at the right rear, pump slow, hold it even if nothing is there, crack the bleeder, release the pedal and try it again, slowly, pump, hold , crack , anything yet?? One more time, pump, hold, crack, tighten, release. and pedal yet. Go back and check the fluid level, did it go anyplace, if yes, go do it some more, if not,You have got something wrong with the master, pump up the pedal again and crack one of the lines at the master, see what happens. Check it out, hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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