Originally Posted by oldbogie
Did you bleed the master cylinder? This is a separate and messier function from bleeding the wheel cylinders. When there is air trapped inside the master's piston the braking will be minimal at best. Additionally, the 86 master is for disks up front which use very little fluid to actuate compared to drums.
No I did not bleed the master, I have never done this when I have swapped a master from one vehicle to another. I guess I should have. I will be needing to buy a new power brake booster and master cause they have become ruined in the rain sitting outside. I will bleed the master for sure.
Can you elaborate on the master size issue as well, again I have posed all of these questions on another forum and I am amazed that you guys have had so much to say that actually is making sense and helping.