Having problems with your 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan ?

Brake pedal all the way to the floor...Possible abs module?

\015 Brake pedal goes all the way to the floor. Had the master cylinder replaced twice(thought the first one may have been faulty). Somehow air is getting in left front caliper, had that replaced, still pedal goes all the way to the floor. I am told could be abs module,or faulty caliper. They suggest I replace caliper first and if that doesn't fix the problem, then do the abs module. I do not wish to pay for both procedures is there any way to narrow it down to either problem without doing a repair once already done? ant suggestions? I have a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport all-wheel drive.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 23-09-2019

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Im going to assume that a mechanic has already checked for the most simple causes like making sure the brakes have been bled. If the abs module is faulty it will default to just a no abs state, but that wont cause the pedal to go all the way to the floor. I agree that replacing the caliper is probably gonna fix the problem, but I might try to bleed the brakes first and see if that solves it first...
I have a friend with an 02 crams caravan same issue its not the abs pump dont throw your money away the left front flex hose was his problem has internal collapse have some one pump the pedal and watch the movement in both front hoses if the left flexes excessively replace it i changed his and problem is gone. We were bleeding his every 2 days been over a week with no problems. Hard to believe its a hose with no leaking but it fixed his
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