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Having some trouble with my brake pedal creeping to the floor. Brakes still work well.

I have bleed it heaps, replaced the master cylinder put another booster on, have also checked everywhere for leaks, its not using an fluid.

Any ideas to what I can try next?
 

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Have a 'Mav in the family doing exactly this, I'll be watching the advice given.
I'm tossing up trying whether it's a new MC or a new proportion valve next.
 

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Have a 'Mav in the family doing exactly this, I'll be watching the advice given.
I'm tossing up trying whether it's a new MC or a new proportion valve next.
Fun times aye, I just did a MC tonight and it made no difference:mad:

I recon its a gq thing. Mine is the same.
Does it creep down, my brakes work really well I run 35" tyres everyday without problem

overhaul your calipers
Done that everything is working and moving as it should.
 

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I have a 98gu with the same problem, and i am suspecting the brakelines themselves.
Maybe they have gone "soggy".
 

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I swaped the hoses on mine and it made a bit of difference, apparently they have a bit of creep that is normal.
 

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Yes I was going to say one of the rubber brake lines could be expanding slowly making the peddle creep down to the floor that would also explain the no loss of brake fluid. Get some braided lines.
 
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