Sure hope you can help as I am pulling my hair out on this one. Brakes are ABS. I replaced the calipers and rotors on all four wheels. Saw no problem with and of the lines and hoses. Bleed the whole system good but got no pedal. I checked all out again and rebleed the system to be sure and still no pedal. Changed Master cylinder(did all the things suppose to do with that) bleed system again still no pedal. Took the MC out re bench bleed, installed. Bleed system again still no pedal. Thought maybe ABS computer needed to update or something so took it down driveway but to no avail. Got a replace MC and did it all over again, Same old same old. Now I have gotten a book and it says need special scan to bleed back brakes but I got great results when I bleed, as in air bubbles when they should, as none for long time then small stream from MC connection and none for long time after. Could I have messed up ABS system when putting it back together somehow even though it does its check and then light goes off like it should. I find it hard to believe I got three MCs in a row (counting original one on). No leaks anywhere, fluid never let get low during bleed to suck air and none sucked back in at bleed screws. Can an ABS system hide and hold that much air that just will not come out that I get no pedal. Not even a spongy one but always all the way to the floor. I would take it to a shop if I had money but with no job, times they be tough. Thanks for any thoughts. Oh Emergency brakes work.
have the same problem?
Saturday, May 22nd, 2010 AT 12:28 AM