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My Mechanic is having a problem with my 93 ford tempo 4 cyl he replased all the brake lines along with the main and both rear cylinders along with the flex lines and emergency brake cables and now he is having issues with bleeding them 3 wheels work and one sticks what may cause this and how do you fix it

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  • krazywolf43 Sep 11, 2009

    problem has been resolved thank you

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    Murtaza Akberali Versi May 11, 2010

    Which one is it sticking , the front one or the rear one. Are the front ones with brake calipers?

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There is a certain order in bleedig the brakes on some fords,i believe its right rear,left front right front,left rear,in not 100% sure,maybe you can contact the service department of a local dealer and obtain it that way,hope this helps a bit

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