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How do you bleed a master cylinder for a 1991 Ford Tempo?

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2015-07-15 21:22:30
2015-07-15 21:22:30

Before bleeding the master cylinder, you must first intall all parts so that you can hook up the master cylinder as soon as it has been bled. The best thing to do is get a manual for your vehicle that explains the do-it-yourself techniques because it will have pictures to go along with the directions.

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