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How do you bleed the brake on a 1993 Pontiac transport 38 engine?

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2011-09-12 23:37:02
2011-09-12 23:37:02

takt the cover off thr master cylinder kepp full at all times then u start wthi the rihgt rear claper pummp the brakes 5 times and hold it to the floor while someone eles losses thre bleeader valve it looks like a little nippleu don't nee to take it off all the wat 2-3 tuns shale be good enough..while u r holdind the brak pedeal down and he opens the valve look for bubbles comming outwhae its a stream of brakfluid no bubbles it good u may have to repat this steb 2or3 times..macking sure their is plenty of fluid in the resvior.

star with the right rear. then left rear, front right then dirver side that will bleed ur system keep that resvoir full at ALL TIMS OR U WELL SUCK AIR IN TO UR LINES

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