Question about 2003 Pontiac Aztek
Sounds like you have air still in the line or lines somwwhere. Hope you drain out the master before adding fresh new fluid to do the flush? Place a piece of vacuum line over the bleeder nipple and the other end in a bottle with some fluid, having the end of tubing under the fliud line. Have someone pump the brakes 2x then release the valve. Listen for when the pedal hits the ground on its way down and close the valve. Repeat this till no air is left and until the person bleeding says it has the same pressure 2x. Also the rear has to be done the same way an dmake sure that the shoes are adjusted properly before you bleed them. One final note, check for any leaks coming from lines, calipers, rear cylinders.
Posted on Jan 02, 2013
Just keep bleeding,or maybe your master is weak?id bleed on a few times see what happens start from the farthest tire from master so rear pass,rear driver,front pass,front driver.
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