Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
I replaced the master cylinder with a new one thinking the one I bought earlier was defected but I still cannot get the system to bleed. I will get a full pedal for a few seconds and then they go to the floor again. What am I doing wrong?
Some vehicles require pressure bleeding, for this you need specialised equiptment. some thing you can try is to bleed your master cylinder first. to do this you place the unit in a vise. fill both resevoirs then pump the unit by placeng your fingers over each outlet ani pushing the centre piston with a suitable screw driver.
do this until there is no bubbles left in the system
remove from the vise put into car and bleed normally
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