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ellisjay2 09-20-19 12:09 AM

Changed front pads now air in master cylinder somehow.....
 
Changed front brake pads but air in master cylinder??
I wore my pads down pretty good and changed them with new rotors on front. Then after few days driving noticed pedal was getting stiffer to stop.....now it's hard to stop....so I did a bleed job on all lines in proper order right rear..front left.....left rear..right front......I didn't have help so I open valve pump pedal until all bubbles gone then closed valve kept reservoir full.........is that okay I've seen people do it........now same thing still exist....noticed other day I hear air under steering wheel as I push brake pedal......I'm hearing I need special tool because of and sys.........pads on back new changing too but just wanted front ones for now......should I bleed again this time with helper to force air out better??? Or any other suggestions dealing with these legends brake systems.????

Checked all lines no leaks......I don't think master cylinder is bad....but has air in it somehow all of a sudden.......


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