Question about 1992 Geo Tracker
Hey i have a 1992 geo tracker and i did a disk break conversion on it i got a new master cylinder and bleed everything but there is no front break pressure. there is no leaks in the master cylinder or the lines or the joints. what could be wrong? is the master cylinder screwy? ive tried to cross bleed them but still nothing.
Now the question is
did you get the original master cylinder as a replacement or did you get a new master cylinder for the car that the callipers came off
understanding that there is a direct relationship between master cylinder piston size and calliper piston size, you problem appears to be that there is not enough surface area in the master cylinder to effectively push the calliper pistons out to apply the correct braking pressure
mixing and matching with brakes requires a lot of hydraulic knowledge and pressure differences which include fitting a proportioning valve in the rear brake lines to prevent brake lock up at the rear wheels
Posted on Nov 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it's not under the dash or near the kick panel on the driver's side, then check inside the glove compartment on the top part of it. For some reason, the Suzuki Sidekick has it located in the glove compartment. I'm guessing that since both cars are made identical, then it should be in the same location
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
Easiest way is to do it from the gearbox end to save stripping out the dash and then having rattles after you have finished!
Disconnect at the top of the gearbox (it simply comes out by removing the small bolt that holds it in then pull up and out)
Rise the cable as high as possible, spray onto it in a way that makes its way onto the inner cable - use penetrating fluid first the spray with a lube that has a teflon base as this will keep it lubed for a long time.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you for the info. My friend has a tracker and removed the dash to lubricate the cable and it was quite a chore. Your way is much better. thanks"
first you remove the wheel then the break caliper then remove the locking hubs just remember to lay out the parts in order a special tool is called for but this job can be done without it you have to use a small cold chisel and a hammer to tap the large nut counter clockwise to remove, you can then remove the outer bearing and the rotor and hub assembly look on the back side reomve the bearing seal and inner bearing be sure to pack your new bearings with grease before you reassemble . takes less than an hour.
Posted on May 05, 2010
Guys-no schrader valve-and 92 doesn't have scan capability. Its a fuel problem-so listen at fuel tank inlet with cap off and have someone turn key to on, not start, ON. Hear the pump run for 2 to 3 seconds??, Pump may be ok. next find fuel inlet on back of throttle body and loosen it, don't remove. Key on again does fuel spill out of connection? Pump is OK! Tighten up fuel inlet to throttle body. Make a jumper wire with a 5amp fuse in the middle and alligator clips on each end. Locate the POWER wire to the injector, red I think. Pierce the power wire with a pin or whatever and attach one alligator clip to the pin and the other clip to the positive battery post. Start the car!! IF it starts and runs, the circuit in the PCM that provides power to the injector has burned out. Rebuilt ECMs are on ebay. Common failure. Good Luck!
Posted on May 07, 2010
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