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94 Camry brades won't bleed

Bench bled the new and replaced the old leaking master cylinder this weekend. Bled RR first, then went to LR next and got nothing, hardly a few drops. Went to the RF and got the same results as LR, no fluid, no air, no anything. Moved to LF which bled fine. Repeated this process 4-5 times with no change. The RR and LF bleed normally but can't get a thing out of LR or RF. I'm 56 yrs old and been under cars all my life but this one has got me stumped. This car is an automatic with the 2.2 4cyl w/o abs.

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Theres is a other way to bleed brakes.
1: get a gar with a lid
2: punch a hole in it the same size of a brake line
3:insert the brake line in the hole put in almost to the bottom leave some space put the brake fluid in the gar put the top on.
4: use duck tape and tape the line to the gar so no air gets in.
5: get a rubber hose that fits a little bit over the brake line.
6: loosen the bleeder a little bit a little put the rubber hose on the bleeder.
7: push your brakes andwatch the air come out and **** the brake fluid in then tighten the bleeder go on to your next tire. watch your fluid make sure its full and the cap on.

this work on my friends van and i bleeded my clutch too hope this helps.

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Try pumping the brakes a few dozen times to push air down the lines a ways then open all the bleeders and walk away for a while and let the mystery of the car do the work for you,then of course add fluid, tighten the bleeders and try them.if that doesnt work then maybe the proportion valve is bad.if this doesnt work then im right beside you on this-stumped

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Try starting the car then bleed them

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