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Old 15 Jul 2010, 10:53 pm
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i have a 94 honda accord lx. today i changed the front brake pads. but for some reason as i drove later on in the day, when i made a stop the pedal went almost all the way to the floor and i smelled something burning. i didnt see any smoke. it happened twice. it kinda felt like the calipers didnt work really well. like if the brakes were completely gone. i pumped the brakes when i put the new pad in and everything. i was told that there was some overflowing in the master cylinder reservoir. i saw a little bit of overflow. but my question is, what can or can keep causing this? i've never had brake problems before. and i've only changed them myself cuz its a simple job. any help would be nice
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