ABS LIGHT COME ON TOOK TO SHOP AND THE QOUTE WAS TO HIGH.TECH SAID I STILL HAD BRAKES AND SO THE OWNERS BUT ON REAR DRUM BRAKES HAD GOOD REAR BRAKES BUR HE REPLACE RIGHT REAR LINE AND I HAD BRAKES BUT THEN THEY BOTTOM OUT I HAD NOTHING I HAD TO USE PAEKING BRAKE TO GET HOME I BELIVE THAT I NEED TO BLEED REAR BRAKES I KNOW WHERE THE FITTING IS BUT I'AM SURE HOW MANY TIMES TO PUMP AND HOLD PEDAL AND PUMP BACK UP.
I DON'T HAVE BRAKES IN REAR on 1992 Ford Explorer
by indoorcat in Sandy Ridge, NC on May 17, 2011
ANSWER by mastertech6371 , May 17, 2011
since you just had them repaired, return to the shop and have them fix it for you free. you should have brakes after his repair. another spot may have rotted out. have them re check there work. Roy
ANSWER by Superbob , May 17, 2011
If you're going to bleed the brakes, have your assistant pump a few times and hold while you open the bleeder to let the fluid out. Then close the bleeder while the assistant holds the pedal to the floor. Then do it again, until the fluid is free of air. You don't say whether the ABS light is on or off at this time but if it's on, there's no ABS function so that's a safety issue. Get it corrected ASAP. If your mechanic let the car go with bad brakes, I think you need to find someone who takes it more seriously, like a Ford specialist. If you want to find a specialist, here's our directory link for you: https://repairpal.com/directory?address=27046&car_brand_names=Ford