2003 Mazda Protege Repair Question
Asked on October 23, 2012
Mazda Protege Wheel Problem
Hi, I have a 2003 Mazda Protege 2.0l ES, I just replaced all rotors and pads and had to replace the left rear calliper followed by a brake bleed @ all 4 corners. Now all is back together however the petal is not as solid as it was before and the e-brake handel goes all the way up and only makes the rear wheels slightly more difficult to rotate. I did adjust the allen bolt to make the wheels stop then backed it off 1/2 turn.
Replied on October 23, 2012
what order did you bleed the brakes in, there is a specific pattern that you should be using to do this .. usually by starting with the line the farthest from the master cylinder and working to the shortest .. you may need to adjust the parking brake from inside the car as well
Answered by evolve960
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