put in new front rotors, pads and calipers went to bleed and cant get the pedal to stay hard with it running is it hard to get the air all out i went thru quite a bit of fluid in the front but did not seem to have air in the rear at all think i could have other problems? dont know the truck well cuz i just got it and have been doing some PM work on it. thanks :thumbsup:
ok, replaced the master cylinder and bled the brakes real good the pedal still sinks but not to the floor and the stupid light comes on and then will go back off, i can pump it and get a little harder feeling pedal but still will sink some. the truck has a BRAKE-GUARD down stream of the M/C could this be my issue? the ABS is on but i think that is a different problem. i really appreciate you guys trying to help me thanks.
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