Sounds as though you still have air in the cylinders at rear.
If you didn't bench bleed the master you need to do that before you install the master.
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If the brakes are not working on the back of a 1997 Dodge 1500 after changing the brake pads, try bleeding the brakes. The fault may also be with the master cylinder under the hood. Check to make sure all brake lines are connected.
Not really an answer, but another question... did you bleed the brakes after you changed them? I remember that is a critical step, NOT to be missed when working on the brakes. Hope this helps.
Bleed the furthest from the master cylinder 1st then the rest in order of distance from the master cylinder.
Bleed the master cylinder.& then rebleed the system.
Bleed the brakes starting at the wheel farthest away from of the master cylinder and work towards the closest.
You start again -sorry, no option if you want to do it properly.
The master cylinder MUST be bleed first before any bleeding at the wheels can occur. if you do not do this, you will be bleeding for hours.
Failed Master Cylinder would be my guess. Replace the Master Cylinder.
the rear is usually smaller and closer to the brake booster
for 85 oldsmobile toronado what is the bleeding sequence on the brakes
check to make sure no leaks anywhere. did you start bleeding from the furthest wheel from master cylinder too the closest.also check to see if rear brakes are adjusted correctly just click adjuster wheel till slight drag occurs if you have rear drum brakes that is.if all this is done master cylinder my be bad.
A 1998 Jeep Cherokee has disc brakes in the front.
no you dont have to---BUT its adviseable
Check for leaks under vehicle. You may have blown a hole through a rusty brake line.
With any vehicle, start with the wheel furthest from yhe master cylinder, and work closer.
How do I put on a 2001 ford explorer cylinder? I am in the process of changing my front brakes and the cylinders will not push back in?
A 2000 Jeep Cherokee would have rear drum brakes.
Check all of the wheel cylinders for any leaks. Check all of the lines for any kinks, then check the master cylinder again for any air. Air in the system may have gotten into the master cylinder and the cylinder may need bleeding again.
The grand Cherokee does have four wheel disc brakes. The wrangler and Cherokee have rear drum brakes.
if when changing brake pads there is air in the system, improperly installed pads, the air in the lines expand increasing pressure on the pad. bleeding the brakes solves this problem.
If the brakes were working before bleeding and now are worse, then is possible all of the air is not out of the system. Check the wheel cylinders and master cylinder for leaks, and re check any parts just replaced. It is possible that the last repair done to the system caused the problem.
Bleed brakes after changing pads to extract any air bobbles.