I HAD ROTORS PADS AND CALIPERS REPLACED

2002 Honda Civic

Tiny

Anonymous

November, 23, 2012 AT 6:48 PM

I had rotors, pads, and calipers replaced. System was bled. Now the pedal goes to the floor. The car stops but I have to pump the pedal a few times. The master cylinder was replaced. Still same problem. He wants to replace the booster next. I think the problem miight be in the abs system. So far it has cost me a lot of money. I have a civic manual but it is hard to understand. I read on the internet the problem could be the abs master pump. Could you help me out?

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Tiny

KHLow2008

November, 24, 2012 AT 3:30 PM

Yes, seems like a fault with the ABS and don't replace the booster, it has nothing to do with such symptoms.

Try this. Go to a sandy area or maybe on a grass field. While driving the vehicle at around 20 mph, jam on the brakes and test if the ABS works. Try a few times and note if the pedal height increases.

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