I replaced the pads on my 90 bronco and bled the brakes. The pedal is still softer than any vehicle I've ever had. It does stop, but not like it should. To clear up any possible misunderstandings, I am not a mechanic. I can fix certain things on cars, but new cars with computerchips etc... are beyond my abilities. I realize this is my truck and might have a unique problem, so I am only asking for opinions. I don't want to throuw money at a problem I don't understand. Here, where I live if you take a car or truck into a brake place because you are having problems, they pull everything apart and tell you it's $1800 to $2500 because everything needs replaced. So with all the necassary waivers hopefully in place. What should I check on the brakes to stiffen up the pedals and get better braking. I've read brake fluid obsorbs moisture and becomes less effective. Should I replace the fluid and rebleed them? Any advice would be appriciated.