Originally Posted by chilump
I have a 94 Pontiac Bonneville SSE. Recently (10 days ago) I had my assembly hub and rear lower ball joints replaced (dont know if this has anything to do with it) but when I press my brake pedal it compresses to the floor and I have to release it and press it again to stop. When I am stopped I can feel the brake compressing more and the car moving again, at that point I have to raise the brake pedal and compress it to get the car to stop.
Does anyone have an idea of what the problem may be?
The way you described it here, it was pretty appearant that it was air in the system. I think that if you would have just bled the system, you would have been fine. could have saved yourself time and money by not going back to the shop.
Honestly, I take the mechanic thing kinda offensive just because I am an aspiring mechanic and I never try to screw people over with the jobs they have me do. and a lot of the shops that i know get the stuff right. Just because they messed up, doesnt mean that all mechanics are the same. so for you to say you hate them, I think its pretty offensive. Im sorry, but I do.
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Originally Posted by Bwayney
This is awkward...