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08-19-2003, 02:25 AM
I own a 1979 BMW 730. The brake pedal when pressed, initially stops at 25% of travel and then gradually moven down ( with running engine)almost touching the floor. I have replaced all caliper seals and have also installed new brake master cylinder, all of which have been bled properly but the problem is still there. The brake when applied, is slow at first and then suddenly stops the car. There is no leakage in the entire system. The brake is not released even when the pedal touches the floor. Can anyone suggest a solution? Is it the brake booster which is creating this problem?


Asim Ahmad

08-19-2003, 03:44 AM
<br>"It never hurts to help"

08-20-2003, 08:07 AM
the MC before installation will save you a few headaches at bleeding time. Otherwise, you'll need multiple bleeding sessions before all the air can be purged. <br>demet

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