Why does my brake pedal go to the floor?

i started my car this afternoon and when I put pressure on the brake pedal I heard a popping noise from my front left wheel, then the brake pedal went to the floor. in inspecting the wheel, there is a ton of brake fluid all over it and on the ground. I have a nissan altima coupe 2008 with the stillen big brake kit upgrade (ap racing). I am hoping for an easy fix!

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dbnogaro
Asked Oct 19, 2013
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Maydi
Answered Dec 06, 2013
hi...You must bleed the air out of the brake lines anytime you disconnect brake line fluid, or when the master cylinder where you pour in the brake fluid runs too low enabling air to get into the lines. Air in the brake lines can cause a mushy brake pedal, or the pedal may skip and push down low to the floor when you hit the brakes, making for a dangerous situation.http://www.rubberflooringuk.com/
RubberMatting04
Answered May 13, 2014

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