2WD 4.7L BRAKES

2001 Dodge Durango

Tiny

frankiefuego

October, 9, 2007 AT 4:43 PM

My brake lines are contaminated with oil. My ABS and e-brake fault lights are on. Is it possible to bleed the complete brake system to remedy the problem, or do I have to spend the outrageous amount of money to REPLACE the whole system? There is a small amount of oil " bubblies" floating on top of the fluid in the master cylinder.

4 Answers

Tiny

merlin2021

October, 9, 2007 AT 5:18 PM

No matter what anyone tells you, ALL rbber seals and hoses MUST be replaced! Then flush steel lines with alcohol and compressed air. Sorry!

Tiny

merlin2021

October, 9, 2007 AT 5:51 PM

Youve already got the trouble as by the red brake light being on, remember I said NO Matter what!

Tiny

merlin2021

October, 9, 2007 AT 6:19 PM

Rodimus-Prime. Your a peach.

Tiny

frankiefuego

December, 16, 2007 AT 11:22 PM

Thanks for your help guys!

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