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Sofe brakes i have a 96 gmc sierra i bleed all wheels and replace the booster and the master cyer

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Make sure you have bled all the air out of system.

Start bleeding from the furthest wheel first and work your way to the closes to master cylinder last,
You have everything else covered.

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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