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Ok,,,i have a 69 G.T. Fastback that i had been doing brake work to.I replaced the master cyl.,,,prop.valve,,,,and STILL could not get even a hint of a good pedal.Bear in mind that the spindles and calipers came off a 69 Grande,,,and i put them on my car just as they came off the coupe.I am at my witts end with this thing,,,,when i call a friend of mine(Charlie Cheney),,and he informs me to swap sides on the calipers!!Ok,,i did that and now i have a brake pedal that is better than new!!Has anyone ever ran into this rediculous problem before?????I have owned over 40 of these cars,,,,many with Disk,,and NEVER had this happen b4.
 

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Probably had the calipers on backwards. The Granada calipers are made to fit on the front or rear of the disc. However you mount them you need to be sure the bleeder screws are pointing up. Any how at least now they work good :)
 
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