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Old 10-07-2012, 09:30 AM
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Originally Posted by mitmaks View Post
So I went to help guy with his brakes on 80 Jeep truck. The problem is that it takes forever to slow down the truck. All the pads/shoes are good (front pads were replaced), we bled system and pedal is firm. However if you try to stop it just won't stop, takes long time for it to stop.
Is master cylinder bad? I unhooked vacuum line to booster (it has power booster) and it has suction.
Are all the calipers free. New pads wont help if the calipers cant squeeze them. How did the old pads look. Were they worn evenly or was the inboard pad worn a lot more than the outboard pad. Uneven wear indicates a caliper that is not sliding on its pins
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