Question about 1992 Geo Tracker
When its running the peddal goes right to he floor and had very little braking power,bu when its not running iit gets hard as a rock. Ive replaced the rear wheel cylinders, and master cylinder and have bleed the system like crazy/ Any Ideas?
The master cylinder you have purchased is faulty. Take it back and exchange it. I'm assuming it was purchased at somewhere like AutoZone?! It is not uncommon to get bum hydraulic and electrical parts that have been remanufactured. They will exchange it for you. Then, once you start bleeding, make sure the rear brakes are adjusted properly and start at the right rear to bleed. So R/R, L/R, R/F, and last is the L/F. This should take care of your issue.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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