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Old 09-09-2000, 08:48 PM
jeffsr jeffsr is offline
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Why, if they just replaced the pads and rotors, were they bleeding the brakes??

In regards to your statement Quoted
"EVERYTHING WAS FINE UNTIL THEY BLED THE BRAKES AND NOW THE BRAKES DONT WORK !
THEY SAY THERE IS AIR IN THE LINES OR THE MASTER CYL IS BROKEN". My concern is, why if they bled the brakes, there is still air in the lines. Two, when you say the brakes don't work, what exactly do you mean, i.e., not at all, spongy pedal, excessive pedal travel. Why are they now saying the master cylinder is broken, and.. how did it get broken, and .. why do they think the master cylinder is broken. If I were you, I would light a fire under somebody's a.. there,, can I say ass?? , threaten to call regional manager, yada, yada, yada..

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