First of all need to pump up the brakes about ten times have a assistant do this. Proceed to the rear of the vehicle. Around where the steel brake line goes into the brake housing there should be a rubber protective boot that is on top of the bleeder screw. Take off the protective boot if there is one. Make sure to have a flared wrench so you do not strip off the head of the bleeder screw. After pump up hold brake pedal with firm pressure as pedal is pressed down turn bleeder screw counterclockwise until fluid or air comes out. Make sure to check master cylinder for adequete fluid level and repeat until all air is out of the line.
Watch how you take them off and put them back on the same way. Then you have to bleed them since there drum brakes
U don't u pay a professional,brakes are not for amateur mechanics
95 Chevy Tahoe no rear brake have hard peddel bleed all the lines when i disconcet front line to abs i have rear brakes concet front line i have no rear but have front is my abs valve screwed up
Same as most vehicles, right rear, left rear, right front, left front.
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OK, what about them?
Yes-general rule for hydraulic brakes-start at the wheel furthest from the master cylinder(usually passenger rear) then move to next driver rear,front passenger side and finally drivers sidefront.
brake proportioning valve is reading a problem for the brakes you can bleed rear brakes they might have air in them chck you rear wheel cyl. or unplug the wire to the valve near the master cyl.
show me a diagram if possible
NO. I had a 96 and it had drum brakes. I believe the rear disk brakes started in 1998 for the Blazers.
The rear brakes on a 1984 Chevy truck are drum brakes.
Only if the rear system was opened where it may have gotten air in the lines.
i like to bleed them from rear passenger to front driver then rear driver to right front but if its abs brakes i was told to bleed both back then both front
rplaced and bleed brackes on a 95 Honda civic but still no brakes
When changing brakes, a diagram will help the person make the correct changes. A diagram of the rear brakes on a Chevy 3500 will be found in its maintenance manual.
If you are having a low pedal feel, chances are you do not to bleed you brakes. I beleave you have shoe and drum set up in the rear. Have your brakes cleaned & adjusted. This will firm up your brake pedal.
You need to bleed the entire brake system. Bleed in this sequence, RR, LR, RF, LF. If you do not know how to do this, do a search online for "bleeding brakes" THE REAR WHEEL CYLINDERS MAY BE LEAKING SHOULD ALWAYS CHANGE WHEN DOING BRAKES AND BLEED REAR BRAKES
I have a chev g1500 2000. Does anyone no how to ajust the rear brakes?
right rear ,left rear, right front ,left front.
On the rear axle only
It sounds like the rear caliper is frozen up. If it doesn't move you can't bleed it and it won't operate the brakes.
You bleed the rear brakes the same way you bleed the front brakes. If you can't get brake fluid to come out the rear bleeders you may have a faulty master cylinder or the master was allowed to empty out the reservoir that feeds the rear and now it is air bound. Removing the master cylinder and bench bleeding the master may be what you need to do and don't let the reservoir go dry!
Start at the Right Rear wheel, then LR, RF, LF.