Tip & How-To about 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 Club Cab
When replacing the calipers make sure the bleeder valve is on the topside, not
They are not marked on the caliper, nor on the box they come in. Reversing
them will cause a problem with bleeding. Effect is: brake pedal goes almost
to the floorboard before any brake is applied. Spongy pedal also. Seems that
it's almost impossible to get the air out of the brake lines with the bleeder valve
on the bottom side.
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