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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-10-03, 01:30 PM Thread Starter
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Question brakes

I have just repalced my brakes I rebuilt the calipers put in new bendix advanced pads and new dba longlife rotors and I have bleed the system. My problem is that when I start the car and have my foot on the brake it gos nearly all the way to the floor.The brakes still work fine and after i drive off the brakes feel okay is this normal any advice would be appreciated
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If you start the car with your foot on the brake, as the booster comes up the pedal should go down maybe one to two inches. Any more than that and I'd be getting it checked. Try bleeding all four corners again first.

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