Question about 1995 Chevrolet C/K 2500
Also, Take the brake fluid can and a piece of rubber hose long enough to reach between the can and the bleeder valve(the one you open to bleed fluid out at the caliper). Make sre the rubber hose fits the nipple then have a friend pump the pedal and then hold the pedal and open the bleeder. the pressure will push fluid into the can so onlyhave it filled half way then it will **** fluid back into the system leaving you with less pump and hold time. Some have a equlizer valve in the system but I will tell you about that if this does not work?
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
Take the fitting at the caliper completely off and try.
Did you bend the tubing yourself, or was it pre-bent?
If you did it yourself, look for a kink in the bend.
It should only take a few full pumps to get fluid to the back.
If there is no fluid, the equalizing valve needs to be replaced.
If you purchased a pre-bent line, did you take the plugs out of both ends? they put plastic plugs in to keep dirt+debris out during storage.
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Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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