Question about 2001 Buick LeSabre
What order do you bleed brakes
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
start bleeding your brakes from the rear wheels and work your way to the front. I'm assuming you already did a pad change since you say you got the air out. make sure you keep the fluid level and not let it get too low while you're bleeding them or air will get into the master cylinder and you have to start all over again. Make sure you have someone help you that is competent enough to hold the brake pedal down all the way and not let off even the slightest bit until you get the bleeder screw tightened.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
You can make this a one man job by forcing a length of hose over the nipple on the bleeder valve (I use fish tank air hose, & heat the end in hot water so it can get it on) Place the free end in a glass jar with a few inches of brake fluid in it keeping the hose in the fluid at all times. Place the jar below the level of the wheel, on the ground. Open the bleed screw and depress the brake pedal gently a few times.Gravity will do the rest...when all air stops coming out, close the valve and repeat process with all other wheels. Do not let the master cyl run out of fluid or you will need to start all over!
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
SOURCE: bleed the brakes
Not really. Works better but if you are going to manually bleed brakes start at the farest point. 1) RR 2) LR 3) RF 4) LF don't forget to check brake res. and refill as needed. I am assuming you know how to bleed brakes.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
check to see if both hoses are hot going to your heater core if they are then core is fine.That would point to your temperature sensor.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
Same as a clutch. Get a couple bottles of dot3 fluid, a small crescent wrench and someone else's leg. Take off cap to reservoir and fill if needed. Have other person pump the brake pedal and then hold to the floor. You open the bleeder nipple (on brake assembly) until it stops dripping/squirting. Close bleeder. Fill reservoir if needed. Repeat 3 times. Do other side same way. Put cap back on reservoir. Drive and test.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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