Hello, I'm having in the issues with bleeding the brakes on a 2000 Ford expedition. I have bleeded them several times and still feel a lot of cushion on the brake pedal. The Brakes go all the way to the floor board and I feel and hear air as I press them. I'eve heard several people say that you should have the engine on while bleeding them. Don't know if that's true. I have replace rear caliber and front brakes and rotors. I'm thinking it may be the master cylinder considering the car has 157,000 miles on it. I'eve also heard mechanic say that you would have to flush out ABS component. Please help with this issue, thank you
have the same problem?
Friday, September 25th, 2015 AT 3:52 PM