Having problems with your 1995 Honda Passport ?

I have replaced my brake pads I've bleed my lines several times. The brakes work fine until I hold the brake pedal down, thats when it slowly goes down to the floor in a few seconds and the brak

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 17-09-2018

Answers :

As stated could be air in the lines and it needs a bleed BUT air doesn't just get there by itself in my experience. If you recently changed pads or a caliper then yeah make double sure they are bled correctly, not real hard to do.
Master cylinders go bad all the time and rebuilt ones are not that expensive. They can be rebuilt by individual mechanics but it's cheaper to get a rebuilt one and they are done by people who only do this all day long so...
Anyway the bleed procedure Michael describes is correct. If you don't have a helper use the tube and can method or you will get more air in the system. I use a mity-vac pump just $30 from harbor freight, they are foolproof.
Sounds like the brake master cylinder seals are worn buy a master cylinder kit and get a mechanic to repair it it is a lot cheaper than replacing the whole unit
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