50 BRAKE PEDAL GOES TO FLOOR
1988 Dodge Ram
I have a 1988 dodge ram 50, 2.6L, AT, 2WD, 173K. The brake pedal goes all the way to the floor when braking. I have bled the brakes several times and nothing but fluid gushes out each bleeder except for the right front caliper, the fluid just trickles out of it. The brakes remain the same after every bleeding. I have replaced shoes and pads and the previous owner told me he had changed the master cylinder. There are no fluid leaks in the brake system
May 16, 2007.
May 16, 2007.
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