Last post on Sep 19, 2012 at 5:20 PM
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Buick Regal, Brakes, Sedan
#28 of 37 brake bleeding
Sep 21, 2009 (4:34 pm)
can anyone tell me if there a sequence to follow to bleed 4 wheel disc brakes not abs i can't seem to get a pedal after bleeding them . maybe there's an order of bleeding like r-rear, then l-front, then left rear and so forth ??? please help
#29 of 37 2002 regal brake pulsation
Sep 22, 2009 (11:30 am)
I had complete brake job (new pads & rotors all 4 wheels) after aprox 1500 mi
experienced a bad pulsation. Rotors were removed and turned, it was ok for about
500 mi then started all over. Tech says it is the front wheel brg. is slightly loose
and this is causing the problem. He says this is a expensive job because it has
#31 of 37 brake warning light
Oct 20, 2009 (4:07 pm)
I own a 2004 Regal GS with about 60K miles. I need to know if I can repair the device inside the brake fluid reservoir that triggers the low level switch or if I can replace the reservoir itself without removing the master cylinder. thanks in advance for any help.
#33 of 37 Advice Please. 91 Buick Regal Brake Problems
Jan 21, 2010 (9:38 pm)
I have replaced the brake lines on my car and theres still a problem? Brake fluid is still leaking somewhere. I dont know where from though. It goes through a full cylinder every other day. I have not yet jacked it up to find problem. Before i do i would like to know if someone has any advice for me on what to look for or what to fix. oh there is no pressure when i press on the breaks, dont even build up from pumping.
#34 of 37 Re: Brake light problems with regal custom [mech21]
May 23, 2010 (3:16 pm)
have you fixed your issue yet as far as the turn signal. ive read your post and went outside and it was exactly what you said. if thats the case do i have to have the turn signal replaced or can it been repaired?
#35 of 37 Re: brake bleeding [rnutile]
Nov 25, 2010 (5:27 pm)
Yes That is correct
#36 of 37 master cylinder faulty?
Sep 16, 2012 (12:02 pm)
When I depress the brake pedal, where the rod goes through the firewall, there is an audible "click", and the pedal drops about an inch or so...The brakes still seem to function well after that point, but the pedal does not come back up, leaving the brake light on. I have to hook it with my toe, and return it to it's starting position(again, audible "click" or "pop"). Has anyone ever encountered this symptom, and if so what was the cause?
#37 of 37 Re: Buick Regal ABS Light [mjm402001]
Sep 19, 2012 (5:20 pm)
If you'll go to an auto parts store, they normally will read your codes for you with a scan tool...that'll let you know exactly where the code is coming from.