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Old 10-25-2006, 06:40   #1 (permalink)
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'92 Brake question

Just changed out the brake power booster and am still getting that soft feel at the pedal......Was wondering if I need to reset the ECM for the ABS system to recalibrate itself? I never broke the hydraulics in the master cylinder. Kinda has me stumped.......ANYONE?
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Re: '92 Brake question

Hmmm. soft pedal. Rear drum brakes? Check the adjustment on those.
If the hydrolic were not opened during booster change, then an ABS bleed is not needed. That would need done at a shop with the proper tools like a dealer.
Any leaks?
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Nope......Back brakes are fine.....I did some adj to the rod on the Booster....it seems abit better, just isnt what it used to be.....still workin on it.....Thanks for the input M Man!
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