1992 Cadillac Deville • 135,000 miles
I replaced my 2 rear wheel cylinders and I replaced my left front caliper because the bleeder screw broke. I bleed the brakes and everything was nice and tight. Now when I start the car the pedal goes to the floor. I called advanced and autozone and they said I have air in the lines or I have a leak. I checked for leaks nothing. I called napa and he said it is either the master cylinder the brake booster or the abs pump. With the car off when I pump the brakes it goes to the floor and does not build up pressure. Any suggestions. Thanks.
June 7, 2012.
June 7, 2012.
Oh oksorry one more question. Could the brake booster check valve be bad. It has never been changed before. Thanks.
Try bleeding at master see if you get pedal and rear shose need to slightyl drag as drum is turned
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