The last three times I took my car to the mechanic to replace the front brake pads, three different mechanics experienced the same problem: After installing the brakes, the car does not brake. Two mechanics concluded after playing with my car for more than two hours that the master cylinder broke, ordered new ones and fixed the problem. The third mechanic fixed the problem but didn’t want to tell me the secret and now he moved. That time of the year is approaching again and I know what the mechanic is going to say (Mr. Lee rent a car until we correct the problem). What do you think they are doing wrong? Is there any secret associated with this particular model? Are they making a mistake by, possibly not removing the cover from the brake fluid reservoir? I am tired of it and the amount of money I’m spending every time I have to change the brakes. Please help.
I thank you with anticipation,
Mitsubishi Outlander 2003