brake system

Asked by Apr 16, 2016 at 09:41 AM about the 1993 Lexus GS 300

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1993 Lexus GS 300 the brakes went out . I have
replaced the master cylinder wheel cylinders brake lines I
have bled the brakes 10 times and it still goes to the floor  
would the ABC unit have anything to do with it. I can bleed
it it gets hard then you let  it sit for two minutes  they go to
the floor.

3 Answers


Eric, make sure you didn't install the new calipers with the bleeder screw down. if you put the calipers on the wrong wheel, the screw will be in the wrong location. once you are sure about that, bleed in this order. right rear, then left front, then left rear and last right front. (left and right are denoted when you are sitting in the vehicle.

Hi is this for a left hand drive vehicle!!if so does this mean on a right hand drive vehicle it is left rear front left rear right front right !!!!


IN a right hand drive vehicle it would be LR, then RF, thenRR, then LF. Again, left and right are denoted when sitting in the car. You start with the one farthest from the master cylinder, which is always in front of the driver.

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