Australian Car Repair Issues? Ask an Auto Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Check the caliper you repaired is there any leaks ??
Did the master cylinder run dry when the piston came out .
Okay you have to do a complete bleed though from rear to front .
Do this then get back to me .
If you did do all 4 then let me know where you started and where you finished off bleeding the system
Will not be the booster . Could be the master cylinder?
But first clamp the rear brake hose and then try the brakes if it stays hard then you still have air in the rear calpers .
if still soft clamp the right front , try then the left front . when clamping off the hoses and the pedal stays hard then after the
clamp is the problem .
If you had both rear calipers off the vehicle check that the bleed nipples are on the top and not the bottom ,if they are on the bottom
swap them over as they are on the wrong side .(So bleed nipples have to be on the top)
Bleed route: Rear left ,rear right ,front left , front right ..
Happy to be of service ,glad all worked out well .
Kindest regards Greg