1999 Ford Mustang



November, 28, 2006 AT 9:48 AM

OK I replaced the Pads and Rotors on the Rear Disc on my 1999 Mustang GT. After Doing so I could not get any fluid to bleed the calipers. SO I pulled the Line and tested that fluid was getting through the line. It was however not as much as I would of expected. So anyways I replace the Calipers, After bleeding, which I am still not sure enough fluid is coming through. Here is the issue.
1. Neither Brake Caliper appears to hold the rotor when the petal is depress. But the Em Brake does work.
2. Pass Side is dragging heavily and the rotor appears to be crooked.


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