Tony N,Popular 365 Question

Replaced all brake pads along with 2 back calipers. All lines have been cleaned with new fluid and bled out. Still have very little pedal to stop. What could it be?

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  1. J J

    I'd bet you still have air in the lines. I've seen on here people telling others that they should start bleeding at the furthest wheel first, that is wrong. Start at the wheel closest to the master that is after you bleed the master cylinder.

  2. thebax2006

    You forgot to put new rotors on with the new brake pads. did you put the rear calipers on the wrong sides? the bleeder screw needs to be on the very top of the caliper or you won't get the air out of it.

  3. realtor.sailor

    Check the brake fluid level.

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