brake problems. 91 Celica gt

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Old 15 Oct 2014, 07:46 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default brake problems. 91 Celica gt

91 Celica gt 2.2 automatic non-abs. Brakes began sinking here and there. Bled the brakes, there was some air in there. Brakes got a little better for a few days then continued sinking. Gradually got bad enough that sometimes I would have to shift into park at stops cause the car would stop then slowly begin moving as the brakes faded. Brakes worked better in the morning when it was cold. Saved up for a master cylinder. Bench bled today, installed, then bled all four brakes. Went for a test drive and the brakes are actually worse. Goes straight to the floor and can feel the car sliding around a little. Never went above 20 mph during my test drive. Looked under the hood. No leaking anywhere in the system and not having to top off the brake fluid. Had my girlfriend hit the brakes and you can see the master cylinder moving forward as well as the front of the booster bulging out with it when the pedal is pressed.
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