Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I will assume it is a front wheel drive, which would make ratcheting sound being caused by a faulty CV joint.
to bleed brakes you need two people, you start with farthest from brake resivior, there should be like a little valve on the back of each brake caliper and behind brake drums. valve appears to look like it should have tube connected to it. it will be fairly small and around brake line coming into respective wheel. one person in car one person out, person in pump brake pedal several times and hold to floor, person out, have wrench and open valve person in car keeps pedal to floor until person out so valve is reclosed, do this procedure several times each wheel, all the while watching brake fluid level, if you run out of fluid or person in lets up before valve is closed air will get in lines and possibly caause permanent damage to master cylinder
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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