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Re: Bleeding brakes on 92 pontiac sunbird
Start at the rear wheel on passenger side, then the driver side rear, then bleed the passenger side front then the driver side front, don't let the master run out of fluid, check at least after each wheel, bleed until you don't have air spurting noise and u have a solid stream of brake fluid out the bleeder port, u can buy a brake bleeder wrench from any parts store for a few dollars...
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when replacing the brakes you usually dont bleed the system ---usually bleed system when air gets in from like changing a line master cylinder or caliper-- and or master is empty .but to bleed you start at passenger rear first than drivers side rear,up to passenger side front ending at drivers side front
Did you bleed the brakes properly? One person pumps the brake pedal then holds it down while another person loosens and then retightens the bleeder valve. This way no air can enter the brake line which can dramatically affect braking pressure and thus have no brakes at all.
you shouldn't need to bleed the air out-if you filled back up with fuel and its not starting you probably have a bad fuel pump-sorry- to bleed the fuel line look where the fuel line connects to the fuel injector rail-on the rail there should be a thing that looks like a tire inflator valve-turn the key on and push in the center of the valve and fuel should come out of it -if not then for sure pump isn't working- cheers Denny
Buy new wheel lock cylinders remove the brake drum then the shoes and spring follow be the brake line then you can remove the cylinder and replace in remember that you must bleed the brake line after doing this start with the farthest from the master cyclinder also good time to replace shoe spings and hardware since you will have to adjust the rear brakes any ways
WELL THE DELCO MORAINE ABS BRAKE SYSTEM HARD TO BLEED WITHOUT A TECH 1 SCAN TOOL.YOU HAVE TO RAISE PISTONS IN THE HYDRALIC MODULATOR TO THE HOME POSITION BEFORE BLEEDING THE SYSTEM. THE DEALERSHIP OR GARAGE WILL HAVE TO PRESSURE BLEED AND USE TECH 1 SCAN TOOL.IF YOU HAD THE OLD SCHOOL NON ABS BRAKE SYSTEM YOU CAN MANUAL BLEED BRAKE SYSTEM WITH NO PROBLEMS.
I had the same problem with my 92 sunbird. after a long time of fooling around, we finally figured out it was the ignition module, it the part that is responsible for firing the spark plugs, mine was only running 2 of the four cylinders.