Having problems with your 1995 Chrysler New Yorker ?

Poor breaks have put new breaks and rotors and master sillener still cant get full break

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 10-12-2018

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If all have been installed, lubed, adjusted & bled properly, and front flex hose at calipers have not been changed since 95' then I'd do them before I went any further. Those flex hoses can close up , deteriorate, and cause poor braking, calipers sticking from slow release of fluid pressure etc.
When you open the breaking system you allow air to enter the break lines and that will cause squishy or weak breaks. You have too "bleed" the air out of the lines now. The way to do this is to have someone help you with this process. They will need to pump the break pedal until the break pedal is stiff and hold pressure on the pedal while you open the valve on the caliper or wheel cylinder(disc or drum) until you have a steady stream of fluid with no air. To ensure you get all the air out you need to start from the passenger rear tire,then driver rear, pass. front, driver front. Make sure you slip one end of a hose over the bleeder valve and the other end in a container so that you don't allow the break fluid to contaminate the new brakes,
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