Question about 1994 GMC Suburban
The easiest way is with two people.First locate the bleeder valves on the back side of each brake assembly and find the wrench that fits it properly.you will need a bottle of brake fluid per specification.Locate your mastercylinder and fluid resivoir.Have your helper get in the truck and pump the brake pedal untill the pedal pumps up and tell them to hold pressure on the pedal go to the back wheel farthest from steering wheel and open the bleeder counterclockwise it will squirt fluid out.Make sure your partner hold the pedal down untill you tighten back the bleeder.You will see the air coming out,when it stops go to the next back wheel.check orten to make sure fluid is full.Continue finishing with the wheel closest to steering wheel.when you are done you should have a full pedal,if not repeat the procedure.Good luck.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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