Re: Re: Brakes
>>> "ericthesalesman" <u15676@uwe> wrote in message news:5741e4b128e10@uwe...
>>>> I've Changed the front brake pads Now my pressure is low and the brake
>>>> is mushy and goes to the floor and strugles to stop the vehicle.I can't
>>>> figure out how to properly bleed thew brakes.PLEASE HELP THANKS ERIC
>>> You should not really have disturbed the hydraulics by fitting new pads.
>>> Have you pumped them several times to get the pistons out of the
>>> callipers? If so they should feel no different to before. You may have
>>> another problem. It sounds as if you have tried to bleed them already but
>>> possibly incorrectly. You do know that you have to stop air being sucked
>>> into the plumbing when the pedal is released?
>> A clue as to what the vehicle is may help too.
>Why? Brake callipers and pads are much of a muchness aren't they?
Given the daft things Landrover used to do with Series brakes to make
them impossible to bleed, no.