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Old 05-06-2016, 06:46 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default No brakes. I need brake bleed help

hey, I bled my brakes last weekend doing one wheel at t time I did passenger back, driver back, passenger front and driver front. In that order. I did not disconnect the battery when I did it. I have read that sometimes you need to, but I am on sure on the maximas. When I press the brake the pad hits the floor (no pressure). I plan on doing it tomorrow, so any advice would be awesome thanks!
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Default Re: No brakes. I need brake bleed help

Never heard about disconnecting the battery.

How was the brake pedal pressure before you did the bleed? If it was fine, I suspect you missed something...maybe you didn't tighten all of the bleed nipples? Just a guess...

No brake fluid leaking anywhere???
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