After bleeding brakes and still no brakes, what to do.?

William St John
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Asked by William Dec 28, 2012 at 05:48 PM about the 1997 Nissan Pathfinder

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Put new lines on and now the brakes are soft and not right, try to bleed them and now it is still soft.

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John Leone
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i would keep bleeding them, cross, as in left front, right rear, right front, left rear, and keep doing it, it may seem like it is done, but may not be..If you are sure they are completely bled, feel free to gravity bleed them over...then consider the option of the brake booster or master cylinder being on the outs...Why did we replace the lines? and you recheck each connector 110%, i like to use kitty litter on the ground near the connector, as i apply the brakes, engine on, to make sure they stay dry.

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tenspeed
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Some cars need the ABS system cycled if air got into the system.

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Martin Otero Otero
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What does that mean

Martin Otero Otero
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Does the brake booster really affect the brakes that much?

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