Question about Ford F-150
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure the parking brake is not on, and that the brake adjuster is screw in all the way, adjust brakes after brake drum is on, from the back side on the backing plate, there will be a slot for adjustment, or you might have to knock out the tab, to be able to adjust brakes.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
You have lost the little steel ball that actually seals the bleed hole. The screw itself does not seal. When screwed tight, the bleed screw pushes on a little ball (looks like a ball bearing) that blocks and seals the hole. This ball is very small, and it likely fell out when you removed the screw. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
Sorry to say, EZ outs usually just make the problem worse! Ideally, you need to remove the slave cylinder and put it in a drill vice on a drill press, then drill the stub out. You need to use a drill that is the size of the bottom of the threads so that you leave the thread coil behind - measure a good bleeder thread to get the size and thread pitch. Then either work the remaining thread coil out of the hole or re-tap the hole. If that fails, try a breakers yard for a used slave cylinder, but be sure to check this inside of the cylinder for corrosion before taking it away. Please rate this solution if you find it helpful.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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