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94 4runner brake pressure.

The brakes on my 94 4runner had intermitten pressure and grab. I blead system (RR,LR,RF,LF,LSPV), R&R'd Master Cylinder, and R&R'd front pads. Now my pedal easily goes to the floor with engine on. I tried bleeding the brakes after parts replacement and now I can't seem to build up press. in order to bleed system.

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  • actionjaxn Jul 21, 2008

    No. No line replacements. I did install the old MC and bleed the system. and I fexed a vacume leak and auto adjusted the rear brakes by driving in reverse and pulling the ebrake. BRAKES WORK NOW. I think my rear brakes were out of adjustment because My ebrake would pull all the way out. That led me to change the MC with a rebuilt one that was GARBAGE. And that is why my brakes went from BAD too WORSE.


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Did you possibly replace brake lines with standard instead of metric lines.The standard lines will fit but you will not get pressure back

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