Another brake bleeding question
I am about to throw the thing off a cliff...after replacing the trunk, floors, interior etc..I cannot get a solid brake pedal.
I installed a new booster, master cylinder, calipers, cylinders, all new hardware all the way around.
Got the system to bleed normally on all four corners, all the crappy fluid and bubbles gone.
With the car not running, pedal feels real spongy, with the car running pedal goes straight to the floor. Tried bleeding 3 times now (manual style) starting with pass rear, drivers rear, pass front, drivers front....three times with good results....but pedal still spongy.
I reused the plunger rod from the factory booster, bought the master cylinder at O'rielly Auto, as well as the calipers and cylinders.
The booster had an exceptionally long rod to the pedal, so I shortened about an 1"
with the car not running, you can pump and get a solid pedal, so clearly there is air in there somewhere?
Any good way to verify if the correct rod is being used? I cannot feel any play or anything like that?
Any feedback appreciated.
1964 Corvette 327/300
1998 SS Vert
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