Question about 2001 Chevrolet Silverado
Bleeder nipples are rusted closed (One is stripped). I have one new caliper that I can open the bleeding nipple. How can I bleed the lines? Can I loosen the lines at the caliper? Can I bleed the system with the one nipple? Do I have to tap the stripped nipple (or replace that caliper also)?
If you can get the bleeder out replace it otherwise you will need to replace the caliper remember to start at the the line furthest away from the mastercylinder when you bleed them and work your way to the closet
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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