Question about 1998 GMC Jimmy
How do i bleed my 1998 Jimmy? I put new rear calipers on and new pads all around, and bled out all four wheels, but the pedal still goes to the floor, and the brake light comes on.
I use a vacuum bleeder (abt $35) starting at the furthest brake line from the master cylinder & working my way back to the closest. If bled properly by keeping the maste cylinder full, this should solve your problem. Rick
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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