1999 Plymouth Voyager


March, 19, 2011 AT 7:57 PM

I have a 1999 Plymouth Voyager with a brake problem. The problem is that it keeps getting air in the brakes in the driver side front only. I changed the caliper and pads. Rotor is good. No signs of leakage anywhere. I have Bled the brakes and it will be good for a week or so and then I have to bleed it again. It is only on the front drivers side that this keeps happening. Any suggestions


1 Answer



June, 19, 2011 AT 2:25 AM

Using a flare nut wrench, double check all connections and fittings. Make sure the master cylinder is properly bled. If it continues, then most likely air is getting into the master cylinder. Engine off, press the brake pedal and hold it with medium pressure. It should remain firm and not move. If it drops, bad master cylinder.

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