Mechanics

CHEVROLET TRACKER BRAKE LINE PROBLEM

2000 Chevrolet Tracker • 78,000 miles

Got in my car and the brake pedal went to the floor got it to a garage ( I have no tools with me here where I am stationed) and told them I had a broken brake line. They told me they would check it out but it would probly be th emaster cylinder even after I showed them the leaky brake line. They fixed the brake line then told me I needed a master cylinder because they could not blead the brakes ( no peddle pressure ) is this BS I have not heard of the master cylinder going out at the same time as the brake line braking.


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November 13, 2012.




KINDA DON'T HOW THEY WERE ATTEMPTING TO BLEED IT---THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS

I HAVE ALWAYS HAD THE BEST LUCK DOING IT THE WAY I WAS TAUGHT 1ST----I AM A SUPER DIYer MYSELF.....MOSTLY W/ JEEP CJs AND OLDER CARBURETED VEHICLES

SEE "MY ANSWER" IN THE LINK BELOW

http://www.2carpros.com/questions/1999-ford-f-150-brakes--3

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Nov 13, 2012.


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