My 1987 GMC 2500 Vandura has the brake fluid reservoirs directly above the master cylinder. They are both under the hood on the drivers side. They have rectangular black metal snaping caps. It takes DOT 3 fluid.
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Re: Don't know where to put brake fluid
First..make sure you have the right fluid..DOT number...the reseerve is on the drivers side under the hood near the back of the motor cavity.....should be made of a very translucent white platic....make absolutely sure nothing falls into the resevoir when you're adding fluid
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If you did not have any brake fluid leak out when you changed the brake shoes, then there is no need to bleed the brakes. The bleed ports are on the wheel cylinder next to where the brake line attaches to the cylinder.
Ido not see a solution posted...but will offer thar your input voltage to the coil is low when cranking the engine...but when the key is restored to the run position, voltage is almost enough to fire a spark plug. Put a dc voltmeter on the 12 volt input terminal of the coil and confirm. If input voltage is ok then replace coil.