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I just put another motor in my wifes 2000 Sebring....When I did this I disconnected the front brake lines at the capliers.....and left the ABS pump in the car.....and didn't touch the rear at all....now I can get the front to bleed ok.....but the rear shoes go out and then go back in with the pedal depressed....I have a loud whooshing sound at or in the ABS pump while depressing the pedal.....I've blead these several times now....replaced the master cyclinder and both rear wheel cyclinders... no leaks......Could there still be air trapped???? If the ABS pump is bad is there a somewhat painless way to remove it......Thank-you for Your Time and Efforts
 

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ImperialCrown, thank- you for your reply..... Sebring Convertible.....no lights on dash.....whoosh sound is at the ABS pump and reverberates thru the rear lines.....pretty crazy......have tried bleeding the brakes several ways with vacuum and without...all is well at the master cylinder and booster.....all fittings are taped and tight......don't really want to drop the subframe again if i don't have to... do you know an easy was to remove the pump from the car......or better still is it possible to clean the the 3 ports for the rear brakes....This sebring hates me but my wife loves it ....200,000 plus on it ......body and interior are very nice.....it's been a great car for her..sooooo....but nothings easy, right.... again thanks for your reply...
 
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