I didn't take off the caliper, just rebuilt the master cylinder. However,
when my partner pushed the brake pedal, the flex. line didn't move
like it was under pressure. The brakes feel fine with the car off (no
servo assis), but when the car's on, it goes to the floor and feels
like a Buick.
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: Tyson Sherman <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: Brake Bleeding
> Date: Tuesday, December 31, 1996 9:49 PM
> On Tue, 31 Dec 1996, Tyson Sherman wrote:
> > I recently drained my brakes on my 76B(by loosening bleed screws on
> > drivers
> > side brakes). After rebuilding the mast. cylinder and putting it back
> > ....................
> > stopping. The drivers front is still putting out air. I've recently
> > the
> > clutch successfully, and there are no leaks of fluid. I have the cap
> > and have to periodically add fluid. What's wrong?
> > Thanks,
> > Tyson
> isn't there some copper sealing washers that go against the flexible hose
> connection to the caliper. i remember having a couple on mine when i took
> my brakes apart. then when i went to put them back together one of them
> dropped off onto the ground and i didn't notice until it was all back
> together. is it possible you forgot one?
> '66 midget