Question about 1990 Ford F250
You don't need to remove the axel. Just remove the wheels and then the brake drums. There are two bolts that hold the wheel cylinder in place. Before you try to remove the wheel cylinder you must disconnect the hydraulic line coming in to the cylinder. After you change the cylinders you will need to bleed the lines until all air is purged from the system. As you bleed the lines remember to keep the master cylinder reservoir full so you don't introduce more air into the system. If when you are done the brake light is on you will need to bleed the proportioning valve also until the light goes out. Remember brake fluid will ruin paint! Do not get it on any surface you don't want damaged.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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