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- Feb 22, 2021
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- Roswell, New Mexico
Please don't assume I'm arguing here. JustIm not saying it will hurt anything and i stalled them on my wifes car hoping it would correct some issues, it didnt. Everyone's directions that I've read state that they are for a MC that is at/below the calipers. I think Stranger site mention the 2lb with drums.
trying to help the OP solve an issue.
There are 2lb residual check valves installed
on many makes that incorporate front disc's.
The pressure in the line (no pedal) is just to keep the pads from separating from the rotors
by preventing brake fluid drain back to the
MC. The MC doesn't necessarily have to be
at or below the calipers for this to happen.
My suspicion as to what is happening with the
OP's system, is he still has air in the front calipers.
I had to remove mine from the rotors and
rotate them to 12 o'clock, using a piece
of wood the same thickness as the rotor so
they had something to clamp against. I chased
the same symptoms for a week, going through
buckets of brake fluid until I did this.