My brakes were in good working condition before doing a front axle swap (dana30 to hp30) however after changing the brake hoses and the drivers side line the petal hits the floor when i turn the jeep on
Ive bled the brakes several times, but it does not flow out with a hard stream (it squirts lightly for a second then dies down)
I cant see anywhere the brakes might be leaking even after i used extra brake fluid to check if any of the connections bubbled
Anyone have any ideas, maybe im just missing something obvious??
ill pull them off and re-attach everything again / bleed the system again. Seems like most people agree that if you have a brake problem the jeep should go straight to a mechanic so if that doesnt work i guess thats where my jeep will be headed...
I would start out by reverse bleeding them.As in bleed them back-wards from normal.Have a buddy use the pedal while your under the jeep,open the bleeder and have them push the pedal all the way down and hold while they hold you tighten the bleeder back.Try that a few time to see if you start getting more fluid.Once you start getting more fluid then go back to normal bleeding procedure and see what happens.
Are you seeing any fluid on the ground? Possible leak. Maybe a seal went bad in the master cylinder, if there is no leaking fluid. I had a problem like this on one of my honda's back in the day, and it turned out one of the calpiers froze.
No more jeep for now
But I have free kandy and kittens in the back of my van