1987 HONDA CRX BRAKE BLEEDING

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  • Xcorps89
  • 1987 HONDA CRX

Brakes problem
1987 Honda CRX 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Manual 210000 miles

I replaced my rear shoes and hardware, adjusted the E brake, and bled my brakes. However, I forgot to leave the master cylinder cap off and while I bleeding the system I saw that I leaking fluid aourd the the booster/cylinder area. I checked all around and can't find where the fluid is coming from. So I continued to bleed the system with the cylinder cap "off" this time.

I got good pedal pressure and saw air coming out of the lines. But during the drive test I no pressure, ZERO! I have no leaks anywhere. No air coming out of lines.

Did I damage my booster and/or cylinder when I bled the system with the master cylinder cap on?

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Sunday, August 9th, 2009 AT 11:01 AM

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Hi xcorps89,

Either there is still air in the system or the master cylinder is bad. Quite often master cylinders that are weak fails when bleeding is done.

I would suggest testing the master cylinder.

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Sunday, August 9th, 2009 AT 2:07 PM

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