Question about 1990 Toyota 4Runner
Some times there is so much air in the system after a repair like this that it takes a Looong time and a lot of diligent pumping to get it all out... the proper procedure to do it manually is to have two people and when the helper pushes the pedal down, close the bleeder and wait for the pedal to come back up... open the bleeder again, then repeat... This can be a tedious proposition if like I said a lot of air is in the system. One way to expedite this is to buy a vacuum bleeder kit, attach to the right rear wheel cylinder or caliper, pump the vacuum up and wait for all the bubbles to stop... remember to keep the master cylinder topped up! once you have all the air out of that bleeder, switch to the left rear, then the right front, then the left front...Hope this helps... ;-)
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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