The stopping power will be reduced significantly if a lot of air is trapped in the system. This is because air compresses much more easily than brake fluid. Often, the air trapped in the system will work its way out, but this may leave the fluid reserve very low. Therefore, the reserve should be checked after the brakes are bled and after the car has been driven a couple times.
If installed correctly, it will probably brake better.
ABS brakes are not spongy. If you have spongy brakes the reason is that there is air in the system. You need to have your brakes bled.
You have air in the lines and they need to be bled out.
you either need a new brake master cylinder or your brakes need to be bled
brakes may need bled but more than likely vacuum booster is bad
Depends on if all four brakes were bled, if they were look at vacuum leaks or a faulty master cylinder as the culprit
it depends on the year of the vehicle. it could be a bad brake line or the may just need to be bled
Ii might be the way the brakes was bled. The brakes has to be bled with the car running and in this order: right rear, left front, left rear, right front. The computer wont recognize any other way.
If your brakes are new and the system has been bled, your next step is to see if you have a leak in any of your brake lines and also check your brake master cylinder to see if it's working or not.
no, if you've ever bled brakes, use the same method you used before. it should work fine.
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You have air in your brake lines. Have the brakes bled.