I have a ford bantam 2002 i cant seem to get my braks fuction right every time i bleed them thay just go back to no brakes and while driving i have to pump them to be able to break for a few seconds


Asked by Jul 30, 2015 at 03:43 AM about the 2002 Ford Bantam

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ive replaced master celinder brake
pads brake discs and fleud please

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Its sucking air somewhere, clean all the pipes and cylinders and check were it leaks.

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Did you bleed the master cylinder before installing on vehicle ?

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Was you having this problem of no brakes before or after installing master cylinder and brake pads ?

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Beforw and after

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Did you check the rear brakes also?


Yes but caant seem to get the working its as if the system cant hold presure and there is no fluied leaks


Did you have any brake work done? Replace calipers, brake pads etc .


Read shoes or brake pads ?


I have


You have what did a front and rear brake job and what's on the rear shoes or pads ?


Hi, I have similar issue, only mine started after replacing the master cylinder, brake pads was replaced in February 2016, Master cylinder was replaced in June 2016

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