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Just replaced rear break pads on 2006 buick lacrosse this is not anything new
2006 Buick LaCrosse

Just replaced rear break pads on 2006 Buick lacrosse this is not anything new

(2006 Buick LaCrosse)
Just replaced rear break pads on 2006 Buick lacrosse this is not anything new to me pedal goes straight to the floor , bled , no twisted lines, everything is tight, there is one leak can't tell if it on going but it between master cylinder and brake booster , no leak under dash where break peddle is, hissing noise when press down on break when car is on , hard to stop., Did some research online and points to master cylinder or break booster but I'm also looking for why and how from a simple break pad replacement. Any help appreciated
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on June 08, 2019

Nothing unusual at all about having low brake pedal immediately following brake pad replacement.

Pumping brakes should bring brake pedal travel back to normal.

We have no idea about the replacement procedures that took place.

CORRECT replacement of brake pads should not have any affect on master cylinder or booster..

Good luck!
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on June 08, 2019

Nothing unusual at all about having low brake pedal immediately following brake pad replacement.

Pumping brakes should bring brake pedal travel back to normal.

We have no idea about the replacement procedures that took place.

CORRECT replacement of brake pads should not have any affect on master cylinder or booster..

Good luck!
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