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Old 06-19-2021, 12:35 PM
buzzleo buzzleo is offline
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Default trouble getting a "good brake pedal" after caliper replacement

I'm having trouble getting a good brake pedal after I replaced the front calipers. I have bled the brake lines extensively and get no air.
The brake pedal will go to the floor with light continuous pressure. If I pump the pedal I can get a firm pedal. Anyone have any suggestions? This is the first Nissan I have owned. It's a 2008 rogue. Is there any peculiarities with the brake system in these cars?

TIA

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Old 06-24-2021, 04:33 PM
buzzleo buzzleo is offline
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Default not much action here........

ok well I replaced the master cylinder and have the same symptoms.
I can pump the pedal and get a firm pedal. But, if I take my foot off the brake for a few seconds.....it will go all the way to the floor if you step on it again!
I used the manual to bleed each wheel cylinder in the correct sequence. I checked the booster and it will hold a vacuum.

is there some sort of reset procedure with the ABS module? I'm stumped right now.

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