|02-11-2012 11:51 AM|
|Jason1348||The rubber lines brake down from inside out act like a one way valve!|
|02-11-2012 07:19 AM|
Rubber line collapsed.
|02-10-2012 09:18 PM|
|KrzyMoke||I have seen where a proportioning valve will give you fits.|
|02-10-2012 07:57 PM|
|c_goodnow||At least its tranny fluid in the brakes and not brake fluid in the tranny...|
|02-10-2012 06:56 PM|
|TnDz TJ||oh... the booster... not the master cylinder.... sorry LOL! How did fluid get in there!?!?|
|02-10-2012 06:21 PM|
|TJe0454||could be heat from seized caliper collapsed the stock brake line. thats why everyone buys stainless steel lines.|
|02-10-2012 06:11 PM|
|jtalar||Sounds like a bad master cylinder|
|02-10-2012 06:04 PM|
|Jason1348||Its the rubber line|
|02-10-2012 06:01 PM|
|TnDz TJ||Get a power bleeder and suck all the contaminated fluid out. That sucks.|
|02-10-2012 05:58 PM|
I funked something up.....
97 2.5 S.E. 2in coil spring spacers and 1in body lift. 33x12.50
So my Wrangler has had a problem with one of the calipers on the front to were it locks up and keeps pressure on the rotor. I replaced both calipers and new break pads and just for the sake of it the shoes in the back. After i got everything all done and was time to bleed the lines i worked for about 30 mins trying to get them to bleed. couldn't get them to bleed, so i went and bought a bleeder gun. Still no success. I am at a loss as to why i am not being able to create pressure in my break peddle. I think that some transmission fluid got into the break booster. I found the bottle sitting next to the jeep when i was done and had my friends helping me.