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Brake Issues Help Asap

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by ProJunkRacing, Jun 17, 2006.

  1. ProJunkRacing

    ProJunkRacing 1/2 ton status

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    Ok 1 Ton Axles Rear Disk 3/4 ton axles ok , I replace every line Except The Two From the master cyl .

    I Power Bled The Entire System , And I can build pressure and I have no pedal at all . Today had it out at at the mud bog and lost all pedal . S o Power Bled it then regualr bled it . It is weird On the left side front bleeder it will spray fluid from the bleeder literally to the back of the cab of the truck where it sits. I just can not figure out why it does this on the left side only and does not build pressure. the left rear does the sam shoots up a foot then bounces off the tire and goes another foot. but the left side barely get more than it should . Wtf do i do . They have a big bog that i need to conquer tommrow and with no brakes it ain t happening so i really need help . any ideas projunkracing is my aim just i really need help and none of my friends can figure this out .
     
  2. ProJunkRacing

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    Try another master cylinder.
     
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    other ideas?
     
  5. nemesis_pyros

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    I don't know hom much this helps you but I had a very simular problem on a drum/drum setup. It turned out he auto adjuster wasn't auto adjusting on one side. As soon as I manualy adjusted it all the breaks worked great.


    And I just reread that you have rear disks:doah:
    well I hope somebody else has something usefull.
     
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    yes i do lol thanks for the help if none of my buddys come over forget it no desire to wrench alone
     
  7. ProJunkRacing

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    so it looks as tho there is brake fluid between the master and booster so master cyl
     

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