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Old 11-01-2016, 09:18 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Brake pedal travel distance

Compared to my Subaru Outback, I noticed that the Maxima is a lot softer. Don't get me wrong, it does stop the car but I was wondering if the stiff brake pedal feel on an Outback compared to a softer feel on my Maxima was a common thing.

When the engine's running I can get the pedal all way to the floor although it does offer quite a bit of resistance towards the end.
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Default Re: Brake pedal travel distance

could be air inside, bleed it out through all four calipers to eliminate that possibility, or could be a seizing caliper. while the car is in the air, free spin the wheels and check for resistance.
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