First, with help, push pedal brake twice or three time, all the way down, then I open the screw to bleed (on calipers- one at a time on each side), and then close it, then pedal brake was release, repeat again this 3 or 4 times in each side ( rear calipers only).
The thing is, this car was in garage for almost 9 to 10 months (without use) after I repair another thing with the cooling system, I encounter with this problem. A friend of mine told me, maybe was the rear drums, because the long time in garage, without use, the pressure of the brake oil look the way to get out, he also told me to look the rear brake cylinders and if I saw to much grease or dirt, that where the oil came out, or push the brake pedal and look in the floor for oil. But I found out this car have rear disk brakes, but I look and I found a lot of dirt in one of them. I replace the 2 rear calipers and after that, do the oil bleed, still almost the same, now the car brakes a little, little much better, but no like before (I still experience the pedal brake a little pressure, but most of the time goes all the way down). This Car have ABS System, I do not know if this have something to do with this, or if the ABS System only works in front Disk Brakes.
I really never check the front disk brakes, I only check the rear ones. Also the ABS panel light start blinking and still blinking every time I used.
Before I encounter with the problem with the cooling system everything was great on this car.
Thanks again for your time.
Could be the master cylinder or the brake booster?
You are the expert here, not me.
Wednesday, January 9th, 2013 AT 11:34 PM