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Old 03-16-2015, 08:05 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default 05 SE Brake problem

Just put on a new caliper LR and new rotors and pads up front bleed them and pedal still goes to the floor, so I searched around and it seemed like the master cylinder seemed to be faulty so i got a new one, did a bench bleed and still no help. Anyone know whats going on?
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UPDATE: I forgot to mention I also replaced the FR Caliper. So I looked at the fr Caliper and the bleeder was on the bottom, and not at the top sooooo I flipped it bleed it again and now I finally have brakes!!!

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