jlinde Posted June 9, 2008 Report Share Posted June 9, 2008 My 93 Eldorado needs some extra effort to stop. I have put in a new master cylinder and brake booster but that did not make any difference. I also bleed the brakes and the pedal feels OK and firm when there is no vacum from booster and when the engine is started it will sink an inch or so when it is depressed. The brakes are definitely a little better in reverse. I have studied the shop manual and it talkes about glazed pads but I could not see anything special - maybe the rotors look a little bit more brown in color compared to other discs ( a Mustang 88 GT and a 94 Pontiac Trans Sport are the ones that I have to compare with- my 94 STS is stored at some other place for the summer). I do not know what kind of pads that I have as I put them on 5 years ago. The high effort has been more pronounced the last year. I have followed he discussion about pads but I have not got any idea what my problem can be. /Jan L. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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