Question about 1991 Chevrolet S-10
Thank you. What you are saying is happening.The system is getting harder to press as I push down on the brakes. As i look the back brakes need to be replaced. they are all rusted looking and thin. could changing the back brakes help the bleeders and the overall problem that I am having.
Just changing the brakes won't help the problem alone. it's a matter about pressure you should have some resistance but no free floating. when you push the pedal down the fluid flows throgh the lines and acuates the wheel cylinders which move the brakes if that is not happening that is a major problem with the master cylinder, booster or both
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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