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well here it goes,had brake problem,cooked my brakes coming home.ordered new rotors,pads, brake lines sensors.all installed went to bleed no flow to rear brakes.8 days of trying all i could.now no pressure to brakes,blew all the lines out with air,no clogs.now i'm pissed.brake booster or what?i'm at my wits end.o my car is a 2000 740i,need response,tired of driving daughters car.
Not to hijack this poor guy's thread, but do you bleed the lines before you put in new pads and rotors? Is this a tough job, replacing rotors and pads on an e34, or can a mechanically inclined guy doo it in his garage within 1-2 hours. Pricewise, the parts are going to cost me 150 and my labor vs 495 at the bmw indy for my rear brakes. Advice?
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