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I have a 2000 mustang gt that I replaced the master cyl as well as the ABS mod no I am not geting any fluid coming out from the lines

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  • mbayno Sep 07, 2009

    Sorry trying to bleed starting from the left rear but there is no fluid coming out

  • michaelja20 May 11, 2010

    did you bleed the system or are you trying to bleed the system?



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Did you bench bleed the master cylinder? If not it probably has so much air in it, the piston on the master cylinder may have bottomed out in the bore. You may have to remove and do it over.

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