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2007 - Lincoln Navigator
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1991 Lincoln Town Car Brake Hydraulic Hose PBR

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1991 - Lincoln Town Car
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2006 Lincoln Zephyr Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

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2006 - Lincoln Zephyr
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1998 Lincoln Navigator Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

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1998 - Lincoln Navigator
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1998 Lincoln Navigator Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

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1998 - Lincoln Navigator
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2006 Lincoln Mark LT Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

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2006 - Lincoln Mark LT
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2007 Lincoln Mark LT Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

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1993 - Lincoln Mark VIII Rear Right
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2000 - Lincoln Continental Front Right
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1995 - Lincoln Continental Front Right
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2006 - Lincoln Zephyr Front Left
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2003 Lincoln Aviator Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

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2008 Lincoln MKZ with extensive brake pedal travel

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Question From Pete6114 on 2008 Lincoln MKZ with extensive brake pedal travel

I'm at a loss here..
This car has 55,000km on it
The dealer replaced the right rear caliper 2 month ago. When i got it back i noticed a difference in the brake pedal. It was not quite as firm as before but i did not take it back as it was not all that bad.
Last week, they replaced both front calipers.When i got it back, the brake pedal was spongy with excessive pedal travel before brakes start working. I do not get to the end but not far from it. My toe touches the metal arm, the pedal itself is mounted on.
Brakes where bled again, which resulted in a tiny bit of improvement but still have the excessive pedal travel problem.
Now they tell me that there is nothing wrong with the brakes.

( i do know that they did not use a machine to bleed brakes, as they just pinch the brake hose while working on brakes.?????
Apparently, according to the ford dealer this old way of bleeding is ok because no air gets into the ABS if they pinch the rubber brake hose.)

Point is that my brakes where just fine before caliper replacements. No new pads or rotors....just calipers been replaced.

Thank you for any and all replys.
Pete

Response From Tom Greenleaf

A 2008! It needs proper brake bleeding by exact procedure I wouldn't have but dealer sure should! Just pinching off line on a fairly new vehicle? Not sure I like the idea for a brake hose at all as that will likely be a trouble spot later if not bubbled out now,

T

Response From Pete6114

I sure am not fond of it either.
Dealer told me today that he can NOT find another ford dealer within 50 miles that has the brake bleeding machine.
So, i wonder how they get air out of the HCU (Hydraulic control unit) or ABS?
Not sure if that's the case with my car ( personally, i think it is)
Sure is real troubling that not every dealership has the machine/ laptop and software required to properly bleed brakes.

Just venting here.....
I hope somebody has the answer in this forum and is willing to share it with me. Dealer wont.......!

Pete

Response From Hammer Time

This info may help you. It applies to that car.
Pay close attention to the part about changing calipers. You shouldn't have to use a scan tool.
Your life would be a lot easier if you had a pressure bleeder though.

Response From Pete6114

Hammer Time, Thank you for your great post
I have 2 questions

1.) Assuming they followed those instruction to the T, why would i end up with all that excessive pedal travel and not so hard pedal after caliper replacement that i did not have before?

2.) This is done under warranty, but if i was to buy a pressure bleeder for home use ( for future use after warranty expires ), which make and model of bleeder gives the best bang for the buck. I, so far have been driving fords only. Not sure if some bleeders are brand specific or not.

Thank you
Pete

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

There are varying sizes and styles of bleeders. They are a bit pricey for one time use. The bigger part of the expense is in the adapter package.
The vacuum type are cheaper but I don't think they will get the job done for you.


I have this one here and I use it quite often. It solves most bleeding issues.

http://www.tooltopia.com/kd-tools-2222.aspx

http://www.tooltopia.com/power-probe-bakit01.aspx

Lincoln LS 2005 Engine Light and Abs issues, car idles after acceleration

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Question From disciple1912 on Lincoln LS 2005 Engine Light and Abs issues, car idles after acceleration

Lincoln Ls 2005
V6 3.0L 65,050

The car seems to have issues with he engine. As of recent it notified me woth the check engine light. The car would simply go idle when the car would be accelerating. I noticed that during accelerating the car seems to attempt to go idle and then I would quickly decrease the acceleration to avoid that. I took the car to pepboys but recently the check engine light has gone away. I can't reproduce the idling anymore for some reason, but it does seem to falter all the time.
The ABS issue I'LL have TO straighten at another time, unless they are related problems But the ABS light has come on. I've noticed that when I push down on the brakes I hear air being released. Some times the traction light comes on and without it the brakes harden and I cant apply them, but if I do a restart I can get the traction to come back on.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

?? Start with a good code reading even if light isn't on at the moment there's probably some info stored that could help. The stiff brake pedal is suggestive of a bad master cylinder, brake hose or if this uses vacuum brake booster it could be leaking and that would account for noise you hear which surprises me in this type of car and would say NOT normal to hear that,

T