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post #1 of 3 Old 05-23-2012, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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i've got a 2000 f450 broke a brake line that goes to the rear replaced it and bleed the brakes when the engine is off the peddle goes down 2 inches with the engine running it will stop but i can push the peddle to the floor
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sounds like air in the lines still, when i broke a rear brake line it took a while to get the air out, id try bleeding them some more
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I've bleed it some more i now know for a fact theirs no air in the system i ran 3 big bottle of brake fluid thru it. and still have the same problem
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