abs break bleeding problem

Asked by Jul 21, 2016 at 11:21 PM about the 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my abs is on and my car guy cant fix it my front
pasenger tire wont break and my rear left tire wont
break ether my other two break fine dont know
what it is just cant figer it out its a2005 gtp
supercharge what do you guys think.please help.

4 Answers

Your Brake master is having issue doing its job in those cars insteaf of seaperating the car front to back on the brakes its one front brake and the oppisite rear is how there set and as a saftey feature if one system goes bad it will leave with brakes in one front and the oppisite rear

so what should i do please

how much do you think it will cost to fix

4,245

If I understand the first reply correctly, it sounds like you need a new master cylinder. Call any auto parts store and get a price. If you're not inclined to install it yourself call any auto repair shop and get a price.

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