1975 Jeep CJ5 PEDAL

Tiny
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Brakes problem
1975 Jeep CJ5 6 cyl Four Wheel Drive Manual

I HAD A LEAKING BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER, BENCH BLED AND REPLACE, BLEED BRAKES, GOOD SOLID PEDAL. I NOTICED THE FRONT WHEEL CYLINDERS WHERE LEAKING, CHANGED THEM OUT, NOW WHEN I BLEED THE SYSTEM, I PEDAL CONTINUES TO GO ALL THE WAY TO THE FLOOR. WHERE IS MY PROBLEM?
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Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 AT 11:48 AM

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Tiny
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See my profile, here to help, until you are fixed!

Answer many, nobody replies much, might be my "signature" closing in all my posts.

Sorta sounds like 2 possibilities, I have experienced, wild, unexplainable stuff like that too!

I know my CJs, You can "bench bleed" installed in Jeep....THE ONLY WAY TO DO IT!

Explain the bench steps you are doing, (you type awhile)

If my steps are different, I will explain the "Nelsomatic" Way, with it on your Jeep.

2 Ways Possible Problems are : Needs correct bench bleed or the Master Cylinder is defective (even new can be bad)

I am picking DOOR number one!

If you read recent CJ 5 and CJ 7 questions, you will see I have answered most, You will also see the extent, that I will help you!

I can also let you see pics of my Jeep Mechanical Modifications, some may help you out, Ask me, and I will tell you how to see them (PM) you with details.

Heres some pics, of my present Jeeps

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Love, Turddog


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