Having problems with your 2001 Kia Sephia ?

Not getting brake fluid to passenger rear brake

\015 Brakes are spongy and dont stop very well some times they work\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 16-10-2017

Answers :

COMPLETE BRAKE SYSTEM NEEDS BLEEDING!, REMOVE BRAKE FLUID FILLER CAP TOP UP THE BRAKE FLUID IF LOW, RAISE THE VEHICLE & REMOVE THE WHEELS FOR EASE OF ACCESS THEN CRACK OFF THE BLEED NIPPLES ONE AT A TIME ATTACH HOSE TO A RECEPTACLE SUCH AS A JUG OR BUCKET & GET A FRIEND /WIFE/PARTNER/NEIGHBOR TO PUMP THE BRAKE PEDAL ON EACH BRAKE, WHEN NO AIR BUBBLES ARE SEEN & BRAKE FLUID RUNS CONTINUOUSLY REMOVE HOSE & TIGHTEN BRAKE BLEED NIPPLE, DO THIS THREE MORE TIMES ONCE ON EACH CORNER, NOT FORGETTING TO KEEP TOPPING UP THE BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIR OTHERWISE YOU WILL GET MORE AIR IN THE LINES & HAVE TO START ALL OVER AGAIN, ONCE DONE PUT THE WHEELS BACK ON , LOWER THE VEHICLE, MAKE SURE THE RESERVOIR IS AT THE RIGHT LEVEL & PUMP THE BRAKES A FEW TIMES, THE SPONGINESS WILL HAVE DISSIPATED & YOUR BRAKES WILL BE MUCH MORE RESPONSIVE.
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