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How do i bleed the brakes on a hyundai excel 1995 no fluid getting to rear brakes

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No fluid from rear brakes when bleeding

I don't think the air will work its way to the left side unless your bleed valve is higher than the master cylinder. You'd almost have to hang it up by the rear.
Try it again with only the left side open, reservoir full, and pump like crazy. Fluid is bound to come out unless there is a restriction, either in the line , or the bleed valve may be clogged. I'd bet the bleed valve. Take it off and clean it.

Nov 17, 2011 | 1994 Hyundai Excel

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2006 HYUNDAI Sonata I figured I'd bleed the the rear brakes after replacing the rotors and pads. 120,000 Miles with no previous brake issues besides normal replacement of front rotors and pads. After...

Try re-bleeding ALL wheels starting with furthest away - pass rear, then driv rear, then pass front and driv front. That should get your pedal back. To reset light you need ABS reset tool and it's EXPENSIVE. Have a good competent shop reset it for you. Body shops can reset them also.

Feb 27, 2011 | 2006 Hyundai Sonata

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I have a 1987 hyundai stellar that the brakes ar,nt working on.I have changed the master cylinder but they still do,nt work.I,ve tried disconnecting the two lines coming out of the master cylinder to bleed...

you will have to remove the master and bleed it on the bench, connect lines from the ports into the master fluid, then bleed , then install the master and bleed it at the lines, still no pedal, bleed the system completely

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Where is the brake bleeder on a 1995 oldsmobile cutlass supreme?!?!

you have 4 of them 2 in front / 2 in back . 2 in back are on the brake backing plate 1 bleeder on each side. 2 in front 1 bleeder on each side on the caliper. when bleeding start with rigth rear left rear front rigth frontleft . check master cylinder fluid level while bleeding. keep full of fluid

Nov 12, 2010 | 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

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I put 2 front brakes shoes on my 1995 Nissan Maxima,what is the correct way to bleed my brakes?Is their any order that i need to follow?

Did you open the bleeder screws at all. If not you may not need to bleed the brakes just pump the pedal to bring the caliper pistons out and your pedal should feel fine. If you just want to blled anyways open all your bleeder srews and as the fluid level in your brake master cylider goes down refill with new dot 3 brake fluid (do not alow the master cylider to drain completely). Close bleeders when you get clean fluid through. Start at passenger rear corner and have a buddy press the brake pedal down. open bleeder, close bleeder after squirt of fluid then have buddy release pedal. Do this a couple of time per corner. Go from pass rear to drivers rear then pass. front ending with driver front. You just flushed your brake fluid. Hope this helps.

Oct 05, 2010 | 1995 Nissan Maxima

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I have a 1995 Hyundai excel, and brake fluid is coming out of rear brake. I haven't taken wheel yet to see if I can fix it. But looking underneath car I can see Floyd coming out of rear drum housing. Is...

If you have rear brake drums, (I think you do) it will be a wheel cylinder, or a broken brake line. The wheel cylinder is inside of the drum, and the line that goes to it will be on the inboard side.
Fixable by a novice? Hard to say, as you need to be able to bleed the brakes, after replacing the part.

Sep 18, 2010 | Hyundai Excel Cars & Trucks

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Brake problem spongy brake pedal pedal goes down replaced front pads and master cylinder and wheel cylinder and bleed lines

try bleeding them more,start with the right rear,then left rear,then right front ,then left front, always bleed the brake that is furthest from the master cylinder, sometimes you have to bleed them several times until you get a steady stream of brake fluid.

Jul 29, 2010 | 1995 GMC Suburban

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How do I bleed the brakes on a 2006 hyundai santa fe

Start at rear and pump up brake pedal till hard and hold, while someone at rear releases bleed nipple, Person in car does not release pedal off the floor till bleed nipple is retightened. Repeat several times at each wheel, ensuring brake fluid never gets low in master cylinder.

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Changed break line but still have no pressure in breaks

to do a complete job. you need to bleed all 4 wheels, starting from Right Rear. Right front. Left Rear. Left Front.

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Brake pedal pushes to the ground...97 auto hyundai excel

Make sure your front brake calipers and rear wheel cyls. have no signs of brake fluid leaks, and brake pads and shoes are in good shape, if ok most likely problem is the master cyl. needs replacement.

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