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Remove the Master cylinder cap. make sure it is full of fluid.
(if it has drum brakes) open the rear bleeder located on the back of the brake housing plate, above the axle near the brake line. (if it has disc brakes) the bleeder is located on the top of the caliper. Open one and let it sit for ten min. close it. now do the other side. replacing the fluid when needed. repeat if needed.
If it is automatic there should be a dipstick at the rear of engine in area under brake reservoir,If it is straight shift it will have to go on rack.The fill plug for straight shift is midway up transmission on the side.Hope that helps
If they are drum brakes, make sure you turn the self adjustment screw all the way closed. If they are disc brakes you need to use a brake tool to screw the calliper piston in. Just loosen the bleeder valve and screw the piston in counter clockwise.
ITS POSS FOR IT TO BE THE WEIGHT VALVE IF THERE ONE FITTED IF YOU LOOK UNDER THE CAR NEAR CENTER OF REAR AXLE YOU SHOULD SEE A BOX WERE THE BOTH SIDES BRAKE PIPES GO TO THIS SHOULD HAVE A ARM ON IT WITH A SPRING.. THIS WORKS WHEN YOU PUT EXSTRA WEIGHT IN BOOT ETC IT ALTERS THE BRAKING POWER TO HELP WITH THE WEIGHT ETC. THIS IS PROB FAULTLY ,, AND NOT LETTING TO FLUID FLOW BACK