Question about 1999 Plymouth Voyager
I have replaced the master cylinder and front pads & rotors . I bled the system well, and have great brakes for about three days, then the peddle gets spungey. I then have to bleed them again to get a couple of days out it, before it happens again. Im on my third master cylinder please help
The master cylinder needs to be "bench-bled" before installation, if you are doing this and still having the problem, did you look into changing the rear brakes as well? check rear wheel cylinders for any small leaks
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