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I'm not getting any brake fluid on the right front brake cyliner,

G29 Chevy van 1993, 350 V8.

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R/f brake hose may be collapsed not letting fluid thru. Try loosening the steel line at the hose and see if you get it there. The bleeder screw may also be clogged.

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