Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Ok so i put new rotors, calipers, pads, drums, shoes, and a master cylinder on my jeep then bled the brakes very well, the pedel will build up pressure then loose it this puzzles me. i did not have this problem before the work. please help me.
Same thing happened to me, we went through 3 master cylinders till we figured it out. Each time, same problems. Apparently in the 94 jeep grand Cherokee with the v8 drum rear had used 93 jeep grand Cherokee parts. The rod that operates the master cylinder on the 93 and 94 cherokees are a half in. shorter than the 95. The are using parts from the 95 in the 94 aftermarket master cylinders. We used a reman master cylinder from a 93 jeep part number=10-2640, made by pronto and reman by cardone. Took 4 months of research, much frustration, but that part solved it, and works great.
Posted on Mar 19, 2012
Check for leaks at the slave cylinders and flexi hoses.
After several attempts of losing pressure - check the brake fluid level in the master.
If you arn't losing any fluid, You've got a damaged seal in the Master cylinder, or are drawing air in due to improper adjustment (excess travel) of slave cylinders.
Are you trying this with engine running? - How does this affect it (using servo assist)
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
If its all correct parts and adjusted right? pre fsm right?
use a pressure bleeder. system.
you have air in the system.
bleeding is an art and skil
i use 3 ways to bleed, to get it right.
pressure, vacuum and last 2 man way to be sure its correct and ZERO bubbles, be ready with 1 qt of DOT/3/4 ,
you will have lots of air in the system, and loves to hide
think like this.
you bleed top to bottom right?
and air floats up hill
see that conundrum?
that means it not easy or for the quick fix guys.
be ready to do all ways to bleed.
there are 5.
be ready, and win,...
rtm , read the manual yet on correct assembly>?
it free, read it ,see if you messed up first.
Posted on Mar 14, 2016
I have a 94 Jeep Cherokee Laredo and I can't figure out what's wrong with my back break light will not go off at all even when I turn the car off it still stays on
Posted on Mar 12, 2016
I had this just happen with my 94 grand cherokee
it may sound dumb but i did all the same things to fix mine and it turned out being that my brake adjuster in the rear pas side fell out. it gives those wierd results and frustrates the heck out of you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Initial testing: After you have removed the ebrake cable - kneel
in front of the rotor and give it a gentle shake (as if
you were removing it). Do you notice any PLAY between
the pads & rotor?? Make note of this.
For the TSM kit caliper adjustment instructions - visit here: Troubleshooting.htm#2 and click on "Adjust Caliper Parking Brake".
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NOTE: Removing a small amount of brake fluid from the master cylinder using a turkey baster
Fig. 4: Tighten the C-clamp until the piston reaches the bottom of its bore
Fig. 5: Remove the caliper mounting bolts
Fig. 6: Slide the caliper off the brake rotor
Fig. 7: Support the caliper so that no tension is placed on the brake hose
Fig. 8: Hold the anti-rattle clip while removing the outboard pad (4)
Fig. 9: Removing the outboard brake pad
Fig. 10: Remove the inboard pad and anti-rattle clip
Fig. 11: Removing the inboard brake pad
Fig. 12: Removing the anti-rattle clip
Fig. 13: Install the support spring onto the shoe of the inboard brake pad
Fig. 14: Installing the inboard pad
Fig. 15: Piston extension on new and worn brake pads
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