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Jake
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12/12/2015
20:32:44

Subject: RE: Frustrating Brake Problem
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My dealer replaced the master cylinder again, bled the lines and it got a little better, but not like it was. I have just learned to drive it this way. Can't afford to keep bringing it back and have them tell me nothing wrong and then bill me for all the labor. I like the truck so I just deal with it.



Locorider
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12/27/2015
15:59:08

RE: Frustrating Brake Problem
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01 Dakota QC 275k I have been fighting this issue for ever.
When I got the truck in 02 it was fine then after a few years I
noticed I was not able to get the abs on the rear to engage. Now
the abs only engages the first time I touch the pedal after sitting
over night. I have replaced
-lines
-master
-vacuum lines
-rotors
-pads
-fr discs
getting ready to replace the abs computer, divider, and abs
pump. Hoping for some kinda results. I love the truck so I will
keep fighting! grrrr
Just remember your not alone. Never had this problem with my
2000 RT Dakota.




Luis
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10/18/2016
17:19:57

RE: Frustrating Brake Problem
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I have an 05 dodge dakota and the brakes
are doing that on me too, just replaced
the entire front brakes (pads and rotor)
but still going to the floor, did y'all
end up fixing it?



Oscar
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1/21/2017
19:42:42

RE: Frustrating Brake Problem
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I have a 08 dakota same problem with
brakes...spongy low pedal. I'm going to put car
on lift run it apply brakes see if rear brakes are
working at all



Nate Wilkinso
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3/13/2021
22:13:35

RE: Frustrating Brake Problem
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I have a 2000 dodge dakota, brakes are
fine as long as the roads are dry, when it
rains the brakes lock up and the truck
slides almost got into a couple accidents,
i changed the rear cylinders, and rotors
and pads in the front, still does it



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