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Re: faulty brakes

Originally Posted by mord View Post
.........if air gets in, top the reservour to the upper limit and leave it overnight to see if the air goes up the pipework by itself.
Or open bleed nipples and keep pouring new in.

If air in ABS module, I think running engine will cycle it and clear. Then re-bleed brakes to ensure.
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Re: faulty brakes

when you press the brake pedal, does it smoothly go to the floor, or is it smooth starting then stiffens then gives slowly the rest of the way to the bottom. if so then its the seals on the master cylinder.

if its just soft all the way to the floor then its got air in the both sides of the brakes.

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