Just replaced the pads on the front, the brake pedal goes all the way to the on 1999 Buick Park Avenue

floor now.. there is no ABS light on and I pushed the pistons back without bleeding the system. Is there a reset that needs to be done and if so where is it

by in Potwin, KS on March 24, 2013
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2 answers 3 comments
ANSWER by , March 24, 2013
may not be enough fluid in master cylinder. no fluid no pressure to components.
COMMENT by , March 24, 2013
Fluid is full I believe the problem is with the ABS module that is separate from the master cylinder.might have back filled when I compressed the calipers did not know about this module before doing the brake pads.. Can I bleed this this module or reset the brake system.
ANSWER by , March 24, 2013
Pump pedal if still no brakes, improper installiation if no problem before! Recheck your work.
COMMENT by , March 24, 2013
I have pumped the pedal a lot
COMMENT by , November 23, 2014
I just changed my front pads. Had no pedal, I (1) looked at brake fluid level, had to suck some out. (2) I had someone in car, I had fluid reservoir cap off, had him push pedal down on way, then placed cap on and had him release pedal. did this a few times and very pleased with the feel of the pedal.