Question Left pedal not braking

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02 Feb 2024 11:46 #4199 by STEVE ELLS
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Hello Jose;

I'm grateful for your feedback. 

It feels good to know that I helped you.

Best,
Steve

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01 Feb 2024 17:36 #4196 by José Reyes-Hernández
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Hello Steve, just to let you know the mechanics followed your recomendation and has worked. Thanks Again for your advice.

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17 Jan 2024 17:48 #4180 by José Reyes-Hernández
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Thanks for the advise Aaron. The mechanics will be working tomorrow on this issue. Will update you.

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17 Jan 2024 17:45 #4179 by José Reyes-Hernández
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Thanks Steve. Tomorrow the mechanics will be working on the brakes. Will keep you posted.

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10 Jan 2024 07:47 #4173 by STEVE ELLS
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Hi Aaron,
Thanks for adding this tip for brake bleeding Pipers.

Every little bit of information helps helps.

Steve

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10 Jan 2024 04:00 #4172 by Aaron Kahn
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Yes, bleed the brakes.  I use a technique where I take a long length of clear vinyl hose to connect between the bleeder valve and the small can holding the fluid.  This allows me to keep pumping the brakes until I don't see any further air bubbles in the line.  The other issue that I had was a broken o-ring in one of the master cylinders which would allow air into the master every time it was actuated.  Took the master out and had all the o-rings replaced, and it was good as new.  Also, check all the lines under the panel to see if you see any fluid.  They can get old, crack, and let air into the system.

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