2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac "air brake system problems" Questions

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...brake petal is spongy yet no air in any of the lines. I was told this is a abs problem...Right or wrong and why keep bleeding you still have air in system if you can positively state that all air is ...

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...air in the brake system. Start again starting from the longest line bleeding each in turn to the shortest line . make sure you have adjusted up the rear brakes before bleeding as every time you press ...

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...air hangs up in lines somewhere it apears. When you say brakes sticks, describe it better, locked up, or dragging on rotors? CERACOAT-NANOTECH.com Did you clean an lube slide pins for the calipers , ...

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...system will pick up on them. The fact that the light is only intermittent is usually a sign that a complete failure is imminent. This cold be something as simple as blocked air filter, by having a ...

...air space for the + voltage to make contact with the bottom electrode so when the truck starts and runs it's barely making it but as the engine gets hotter fuel is vaporizing fast and the spark plug ...

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...air in the brake hydraulic system or bad (drum) brake adjustments with too much free movements of the shoes. If the brake pedal did not feel spongey before the brakes lining were changed and your ...

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...Brake system was bled correctly then all the air should be out of the system. Therefore the only other reason that the brake wouldn't work is that the master cylinder is BAD. Its probably sucking air ...

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...air bubbles in brake res. after bleed out indicating master cyl. is drawing air upon release of pedal. Sounds like you have a slow leak in the braking system. It might be a rubber brake hose or ...

...Air in the brake lines. Brake fluid can not be compressed. If air is in the brake lines the air will compress not allowing the rear brakes to apply. Check your owners manual for the type of brake ...

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...Sounds as if you have air trapped in your brake lines. When replacing brake componets, you must bleed the brake system to remove any air bubles trapped in the system. Air compress, but fluid does

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