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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What you need to do:
-Make sure the brake recevoir is full of brake fluid.
-Start the car and let it run and you need to pump the several time
untill you get presure.
-Lose and barely tight it back the bleeder bolt at the side that you just replace. (lose Only. Do not open!)
-Use a Clear hose that fit to the bleeder bolt about 12" to 15". Connect it from the bleeder bolt to a glass jar or botle.
-Ask a helper to press and hold, then you lose the bleeder to let
fluid an d air come out. Then tight it back before release the brake pedal. (Over and Over untill you see no buble in the hose line)
- Make sure brake fluid is full don't let it run out.
-Now tight the bolt in place you should be good to go.
Posted on Feb 22, 2013
we take an ice pick and stab them out. more fun that way.
no country stated.
no exact engine option stated
posted to USA web side (calif)
if truck is USA , its OBD2 and all USA cars 1996 + run that.
and use a tool called a scan tool , press reset.
first scan it, write down ALL DTC errors. then state them all.
then see if they come back .
yes pulling battery kills all DTC, as does, the PCM memory fuse.
there are 3 ways to reset on all cars.
but the tool works best, with out killing radio stations mem. etc.
Posted on Feb 12, 2015
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