bleading brakes requires 2 people there is are little bolt like things on the back plate just above the brake line in the rear you need one person to pump the brake peddle until it gets hard while a person opens this screw air and oil will shoot out. do this until there is no air in the line (only fluid will shoot out) do this to all four brakes and the peddle will eventually will be normal. any further questions email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have anti lock brakes that might be it if not your rotors maybe warped
If bleeding rears and bleeder is open and peddle wont go to the floor try a front bleeder to see if you get results. what did you do to have to bleed them?
You need to "bleed" the brakes at each wheel. R
If your brake peddle goes to the floor, you have lost brake fluid from your master cylinder in the engine compartment. Check your rubber brake hoses at each of your wheels, look for any signs of leaking brake fluid at your wheels, connections,lines, and master cylinder.
Check the brakes. You may need new rotors. You didnt say how hard you stand on the brakes because if you are heavy on them it could be the abs unit working properly
right above the brake peddle just follow the peddle up until you get to a switch this is the boo switch
Probably either from air in the lines or the master cylinder leaking and in need of repair before the brakes go out entirely. To tell the difference, if you pump up the brakes and hold pressure on the peddle and it stays up and then you let off of the peddle and it goes down, it is probably air, bleed the brakes. If after pumping up the brakes and holding pressure it slowly leaks down, you are either losing fluid somewhere or the master cylinder internal seals are bad, fix them before the brakes are gone when you need them.
by using peddle
Peddle is a verb.
Push down on the brake pedal and hold it there, do not pump.Apply the brakes in an even manner until the braking system starts to pulse and vibrates the brake peddle. This is how anti lock brakes tell you you are getting the most available braking from them.Keep enough pressure or force on the peddle until the vehicle comes to a stop.
Depends on if all four brakes were bled, if they were look at vacuum leaks or a faulty master cylinder as the culprit
No, the word 'peddle' is actually a verb.