Question about 1997 Jeep Wrangler
Try "gravity bleeding"...to do that you attach a small diameter clear plastic howe to the bleeder valve (I use fish tank air supply hose...if it doesn't fit you stick the end in hot water and just shove it on) Open the bleed valve and put the free ind of the hose into a glass jar with a bit of fluid in it (deep hose end submerged) Open the master cover and let the fluid drain into the jar, till the master has been re-filled twice (don't lot it run dry though) Close the bleed valfe and repeat in the pattern you used before.
Unless the fluid comes out really horrible looking you can keep re-using what you drained to re-fill. If you do this and still don't have anything, I'd return the master as it may be defective.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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