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Old 11-30-2012, 06:52 PM   #19
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Ok this is not cool you realy need another helper or something. pump the brake pedal SLOW 5 to 8 times and hold do not ram the brake padal to the floor while pumping or bleedeng. loosen the bleeder valve very slowly. Close the valve before the pedal hits the floor do this 5 times before you move to the next wheel. It also helps if you have some clear tubing so you can see if there is air coming out while you are bleeding.

PS: make sure the master cylinder is full to start. bleed two times check and fill master cylinder repeat every two bleed's and make sure to put the brake cap back on each time. like said before start with the rear pass side then rear driver side then move to the front pass side last do the driver side rember pump slow beed slow 5 times each wheel. if this does not work tow it to the shop and pay someone to do if for you. sorry if this sound like im being mean but wow it is realy easy to do. And NO dont waste you time with doing the gravity bleed. Sorry fast*st
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