Am I crazy?
I have a 1970 Kingswood wagon that had been sitting for a while when I bought it. I decided to go through the brake as the master cylinder seemed to be leaking onto the booster. Replace the booster (bench Bled) and master cylinder and things were not better as far as braking.
So I have now replaced the prop valve with a new style ('71 and up) from CPP, rebuilt the 2 front calipers and redone all of the hard lines and flex tubing in front.
I have not really seen a change in the braking in all of the updated at all!!!!!!!!!
When bleeding the last time I noticed a 2" spurt of brake fluid up from the front master into the reservoir and back into the reservoir.
Do I have a bad master, air in the system or what? Help!!!
By the way I have successfully installed several master cylinders in the past with no issues.