1994 F150, 4.9L, 2 wheel drive, rear abs, 214K miles
I just had to change my left front shock tower and as a result all of the front brake lines, left caliper hose and while I was at it the pads. I bled all of the lines and flushed all new brake fluid through the lines, including the back brakes. The brake pedal is solid with no indication of air in the lines when the engine is off. When the engine is running the brake pedal goes down about 3/4" and does not always return all of the way causing brake drag. I thought there might be some air in the lines, so I bled the lines with a vacuum bleeder. Pedal still drops when the engine is running. There is plenty of pedal when stopping. Any ideas?
Friday, August 17th, 2007 AT 9:59 PM