I replaced rotors and pads and calipers that were clearly faulty. I replaced the master cylinder, bench bled it, bled the brakes with the bleeder screw and a hose into a plastic bottle of clean brake fluid, but the brake pedal still goes to the floor when the car is running. The brake booster seems good because when I have the car running and the brake pedal pushed down, I will turn the car off and the pedal lifts back up against my foot with good pressure. There are also no leaks anywhere. Is it possible that another caliper is letting air in some how and I do not know it? How would I find that out? Should I just replace the remaining calipers that are old and original to the car and then see what happens?
Thanks for any help.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 AT 3:31 PM