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Old 10 Oct 2009, 08:16 pm
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Default 1994 acura legend brake problems.?

recently i change the front brakes( rotor,pads etc) it begin to make allot of noise when driven,notice dust on rotor and front tries. Mechanic advice it a bad break pads i change the whole thing again.















the brake start to lose pressures need to step on it hard to stop,then few weeks later i decide to change back bra-ks assuming that will fix problem but it got worsen. the nose went away i stopped at the red light,i have to step my foot all away down to the foot car inch forward and stop.















if I,am going like 65 Higher can not stop quicker at all?















what you think is the problem? the Mechanic say it maybe wheel cylinder or caliper.I,m not familiar with any that stuff.















if the problem is only bleeding the air it would be easy to deal with,will do the bleeding air tomorrow.















car seem to required hard push on the braks to stop always since i change the front braks it work fine before that.
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Old 10 Oct 2009, 08:46 pm
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yeah imma say theres air in the brake line. try bleeding the brakes. i had the same problem with my 94 honda civic hatchback. i did the same thing you did. changed perfectly good breakpads for nothing. just bleed the air out!
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Old 10 Oct 2009, 09:01 pm
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Old 10 Oct 2009, 09:31 pm
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that actually happened to me and it was my calipers. they dont have rebuild kits for integras so you would have to buy a whole new caliper.
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Old 10 Oct 2009, 10:01 pm
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if you use metallic pads, they don't work good until they warm up & they can have a scraping sound. if your pedal goes to the floor, it could be the master cylinder. If your system needs bleeding, the brake shop does a good job with a pressure bleeder & they can look for signs of leaky wheel cylinders.
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