It is a Dodge service center, but I went to another workshop for the wheel brake bleeding, as I was thoughtful if they have bleed the master cylinder as after they return my car I saw the brakes was the same. They insisted of changing the brake booster as well. As the mechanic at the other workshop was bleeding the brakes I notice old brake fluid was still in the line but in the reservoir was with new clean brake fluid. After they bled the brakes I notice a change of the brake pedal, but still it sinking to the floor. I am getting the engine fault light, it comes and go, do not know if it is related with the problem I am having.
Do you think I should bleed the brakes more or flush my brake system? Maybe the brake fluid is old? Or is the brake booster the reason?
Thursday, March 8th, 2018 AT 11:58 AM