Originally Posted by rubble
ok then yes i guess i have a soft pedal, it gets firmer after two pumps, stil have the noise, so i guess i am gonna need to read up on how to "flush" brake lines. thanks for the info.
That sounds like air in the lines then,You really don't have to flush the lines with air in them ,you just need to bleed the air out of the lines , .But then again that is a 2004 ,so flushing wouldn't hurt.the noise I am not sure ,some time when there is air in the lines and you are pumping the pedal you can here a springy noise that sounds like it is coming from around the pedal or from the break booster,
But bleed the lines or flush them ,if the noise is still there you can have some one check the break booster to see if that's where the noise is coming from ,,just in case it is the Diaphragm ,,,could be a small hole in it.probably not ,,,Probably just need to bleed them, and the noise could just be a squeaky pedal
If after all this and the noise is still there
Try this ,you said the breaks pump up after 2 pumps..OK turn car on ,,pump breaks 3 or 4 times till they come up as far as they will...after the forth pump hold the break down hard'''don't stand on them''' with out leaving up after the pumping,,,hold it down hard for say 10 ,,20 even 30 seconds and listen very close to see if the noise is there '''A slow steady noise'' like air is escaping. and if the break pedal is going down slowly to the floor,,if it dose ,it could be a small hole in the break booster Diaphragm..which would be under the hood on the firewall,, so someone could listen out there too while you do this,,
But it sounds like it is just air ,so don't panic about anything i wrote here...LOL