The primary cup seal on the primary piston in your master cylinder is bad. this results in to little pressure and a leak inside the master cylinder, causing the pedal to slowly drop to the floor. change your master cylinder and fix your problem. email@example.com for any questions
On my 91 Integra LS, it meant that i needed to bleed the brakes, and be sure that you get all or as much air as possible out of them, then make sure that there is enough brake fluid. Try this. It should work, if not then there might be a leak in the lines or maybe even more serious problems. Benjamin Nichols Baldwin, WI Could Be the master cylinder. ON MY 95 INTEGRA WE HAD BLED THE BRAKES EVERY COUPLE OF DAYS AND FINALLY SOMEONE SUGGESTED WE REPLACE THE MASTER CYLINDER AND THAT FIXED THE PROBLEM. If you lose pressure after you press the brake and have to pump the pedal to regain pressure, it is your master cylinder. More than likely it is an internal O ring that is failing. It is easy to replace the master cylinder. It has 2 fuel lines and 2 bolts hold it to the DS firewall. Be sure to bleed the new master cylinder prior to re-installing the fuel lines, this will eliminate the need to bleed each brake line individually. I just did it and it only took about 1 hr.
well i had the same problem on my da check your brake switch its located on the bottom of the brake pedal
Look directly up from brake pedal, under the dash. You'll see when you mash the brake down, it contacts a little button, which is the brake switch. The switch is a plug, you pull it out to replace, you push it in. simple.
problem could be the rear strut
I have an acura integra my fuse box is on the drivers side, it's to the left of the brake pedal, corner all the way down where the car door ends/begins. Hope u understand if not just look down where your feet (left) rest while your right foot does all the work (gas/brake).
usually they will leak out the back by the booster, your brake pedal will slowly go to the floor at stops or the brake pedal will go right to the floor when pushed.
Something is impairing the brake pedal to go to the floor. Only a mechanic can tell you what is happening.
behind the dashboard near the floor. turn on the fan and feel near the gas pedal for the air. Then just follow it to where it is coming from. This will be the heater box. Inside is what you look for.
Usually at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
no you have a brake fluid leak somewere
i have a 97 teg and from what acura tells me there is only one main relay, not just for the fuel pump. It's located right next to the foot rest to the left of the brake pedal.
The clutch cylinder on a 1994 Acura Integra is bled by placing a tubing on the slave cylinder bleeder valve and placing the other end underneath brake fluid. Pump the clutch pedal several times and hold it down. Release the bleeder valve. Keep doing this process until bubbles no longer exit.
On the break pedal assembly, it's kind of hard to get there but it's a little black button. When it's pushed in, the lights turn off and when it's depressed, the lights turn on.
check the brake light switch behind the brake pedal under the dash.
Have the same problem with '95 Integra; horn and stop light fuse goes repeatedly Checking the brake lights sockets wiring, hoping its there then the switch on the brake pedal then (groan) start looking at the internal wiring
Under the dashboard above the brake pedal.
ouch,are brakes adjusted correctly/ sit in vehical and pump pedal to get a full pedal,then hold pedal to see if it bleeds off and goes to floor,if it stays, replace shoes and pads if it goes to floor, there is a fluid leak somewhere is there brake fluid in the resevoir/ are there any brake fluid leaks ,check backside of wheels there is a brake fluid pump, on the chassis rail about level with the front of the front door on the left side.if this pump is bad your pedal will go to the floor
probably have broken parking brake cable.
The Integra uses a dual-filament bulb in the tail light, which has one contact for the running light (the lights you turn on at night) and another brighter one for the brake light (only goes on when you press the brake pedal). You have replaced the bulb with the wrong type. You will need a 2057 bulb for the Integra.
A. Legislation in many countries require vehicles to have brake lamps. B. Your foot is on the brake pedal. C. There is a fault in the circuit
There is a switch that is activated by the arm of the brake pedal. You can see it by looking underneath the dashboard. The switch could be malfunctioning or it may have to be adjusted by loosening the locknut and backing it away from the the brake pedal arm.
No, a busted brake booster will not cause the brake pedal to go to the floor. It will however cause the brake pedal to be extremely hard to push. A defective master cylinder will cause what you describe. Replace the master cylinder and bleed the brakes. It can because it happened to me. The booster lost vaccum and the pedal went to the floor. Sorry, you are wrong. The only reason the pedal went to the floor was because the master cylinder failed. The brake booster only boosts the pressure on the master cylinder and allows you to not have to push so hard on the brake pedal. Cars of yesteryear did not even have a brake booster and they stopped just fine albeit you had to push the pedal allot harder than with power brakes. A failing brake booster will not cause your pedal to go to the floor although it might cause it to go lower than normal before the brakes apply. As long as the master cylinder is good you will still have brakes, but you will have to really push hard and might even have to pump them up in order for them to stop the car.
The brake light switch is out of alligment. Check on the brake pedal arm and readjust the switch.
sounds like overheating of brake line, either from hot pavement, or cat converter. causes brake fluid to boil and loss of pedal.
You will be adding brake fluid to the reservoir often.The brake pedal won't feel firm.The brake pedal may sink to the floor as you are applying steady pressure.Do a visual inspection of the brake lines looking for that wet spot.
I think you have air in the brake lines.