2016 Nissan Rogue CVT FWD brake issue
I bought a used nissan rogue a couple months ago and for some reason the brakes don't work as good as how the brakes on a rav4 work if that makes sense. My family members all have toyota rav4s and the brakes work amazing. You can press the brake down a tiny bit and the whole car will stop perfectly. My car on the other hand, you press the pedal all the way down, hold it down, and it still doesn't stop on time. You either have to continuously press it down/pump it down like 1, 2, 3 so the pedal can get harder therefore having a higher chance of stopping the car or pray you don't get into an accident. This doesn't happen though when the car is off. To turn on the car, you need to push down on the brake pedal and then press the start button. When you press down on the pedal whilst it's off, it's harder than a brick(it should be working that way when you're driving on the road), but after you turn it on, you're screwed. My dad made me turn the wheel all the way to the left and right whilst i press down on the brake as he I suppose takes air out of the lines on all 4 sides but it still doesn't work which i think is called bleeding the breaks. Could it be the brake master cylinder or the whole abs system?
My dad made me turn the wheel all the way to the left and right whilst i press down on the brake as he I suppose takes air out of the lines on all 4 sides
You suppose wrong. Bleed the brakes properly using a bidirectional scan tool to bleed the ABS system.