Like adjusting the parking break in your Kawasaki Teryx, brake line issues can also cause problems. In particular, getting air in your brake lines will cause your Kawasaki Teryx brake pedal to hit the floorboards before activating the caliper in the slightest. So always make sure to bleed your Kawasaki Teryx brakes whenever you open the bleeder screw or remove a line, caliper, or anything else. You might need to bleed at the reservoir from the bolt first, then bleed from the bleeder on the calipers after. Whatever brake issues you may be having, though, the replacement brake parts, brake components, and Kawasaki Teryx brake kits here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad are sure to set you straight!