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Tardo

GTR R32 Brake issue

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Hey guys,

Just fitted new RDA rotors and EBC pads to front wheels. Callipers refurbished and cleaned, brakes bled. Now car pulls right noticeably. The brake lights stay on until you hook your toe under brake pedal and pull it out. Anyone have any ideas?

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Left-right bias problem may well be related to a bed in problem.  If you have gotten a good bed in on one side but not the other, braking effort won't be even.  Could also be because of a rotor/hub runout problem, although you should be able to feel that.

The pedal problem implies a fault in the booster or master cylinder.  Did you bottom the pedal out while bleeding?  if so, you may have damaged the seals on the master's piston.  Or you may have pushed junk into a port that's preventing fluid flowing or relieving when it is supposed to.

Oh, and I forgot.....GTR has ABS, so the problem could also be lurking in the ABS unit.  These are complicated enough that they could cause both a bias problem and possibly the pedal problem.

Edited by GTSBoy

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