This would cause excesssive pedal travel, not reduced braking effort (always
assuming that the pedal travel wasn't so great that it hit the floor!).
From: REwald9535@aol.com <REwald9535@aol.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>; firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 31 March 1999 05:24
Subject: Re: Wet brakes don't work, Part II
>This is just a thought but if the rear brakes were to be out of adjustment
>a single master system it would take so much fluid to move the rear shoes,
>very little would be left over to run the front brakes. Also excessive
>in the front rotors can cause the pads to be pushed back into the calipers
>causing diminished braking. If it were my car I would 1. Adjust the rear
>brakes until locked and back off ONE notch (Bentley manual). 2. If the
>problem still exists check the front rotor runout.
>Good luck, hope this helps,