I have a Chevy Silverado 1/2 ton with 80K miles on it. The braking on the truck has been getting worse with age. I have recently replaced all the routers and the pads. The brake lines recently rusted out and had to replace them all. After we bleed the brakes lines several times the pedal came up and brakes were the best they have ever been in a long time.
Unfortuntely, over a period of time the pedal has gone “soft” again, and you need to put the brakes almost to the floor to get it to stop. There is no indicatation that there is any leaks. This truck is only used to tow on vacation or going to stores on weekends.
Other than bleeding the brakes again and again, is there something else I should be checking/replacing:?