brake system

Asked by Jun 16, 2018 at 10:04 PM about the 1993 Dodge Caravan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have replaced the brake pads, calipers, the master cylinder and box, bled
the brakes got great resistance started car put in reverse, and nothing even
emergency brake was flat to floor. A storage door was what stopped me and
now I have to replace the only thing left is the disk mounted to firewall called
a booster? and how do you change them out.  The person doing the brakes
has done them on my van 3 times before, so what are we missing, and no
seems to ever had to change this part out. So can you and would it have the
reason my brakes are zilch? I just changed the fuel pump and found out the
1993 engine is actually made by mitsubishi, and it has a 5 point connecter to
the fuel system, took 4 hours before I even found mention of it existing. Also
explains why this one year the white models paint flaked off on all of them.
Now I know...Any ideas or tips would greatly be appreciated have 14 days to
move and this girls all I got.

1 Answer


First question, did you bench bleed the master? If not, you may well still have air in system and that is why pedal went to floor.

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