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Master Cylinder replacement on 1995 Oldsmobile 88

I have changed the brake line, brakes, bad wheel caliber, and master cylinder on a 1995 Delta 88 Royale. The peddle still go to the floor, is there a proper order to bleed the brakes?

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  • thegilbertbu Jun 18, 2009

    Thanks!

  • thegilbertbu Jun 18, 2009

    Tried that still goes to floor any more ideas?

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Start with right rear then left rear,then right front then lft front,Would rebleed at master cylinder 1st.

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  • Tommy Cude Jun 18, 2009

    follow lines from master cylinder, may have brass equalizer valve,if does take electrical wire off,then use needle nose prliers and pull center part of switch out,actually a valve that lets fluid flow through proper. Also can use mighty vac and pull vacumn on master cylider from where cap goes on.this is very effective to purge trapped air from system..

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