Question about 1988 Dodge Aries
Ive tried bleeding them many times with no success.i only seem to get fluid out of those two if i stomp the pedal real hard.but that's it.if u pump and bleed as normal there's only a trickle of fluid.the other two do as they should.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
should be a bleeder screw on each caliper, unless, they were broken off in a previous attempt? They have to be there
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
It sounds like you have a bad mastercylinder cause when you panic brake it doesn't have time to bleed through the valve in the cylinder but under normal braking your foot is on pedal longer in turn giving the fluid time to bypass the valve in the mastercylinder in turn the pedal going to the floor.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
You need a helper, to slowly press the brake pedal down, as you open bleeder valve,then close before your helper gets near the floor.
Repeat until all air is out of each wheel position.
RR,LR,RF then LF. Always start from the farthest wheel and have motor running
Never pump brakes. That does nothing at all.
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
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