Question about 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
Hi John, when you say vacuum lines, do you mean line? as there is only one which is connected to the brake servo, this sounds like you have air in the system, the best way to bleed the brakes, is to start from the furthest away from the master cylinder, where you fill the brake fluid up, get a friend to pump the brake peddle then after about 4 pumps get them to push hard down on the peddle, then you open the bleed nipple let the fluid and air out, then close it quickly, then get friend to lift off slowly , then pump the peddle again and repeat till you do all the bleed nipples, just a tip, you will need a large glass jar, and a piece of hose (preferably transparent) to fit over the bleed nipple, half fill the jar with fluid, then put the hose from the bleed nipple in it, that way the air does not **** back into the line if you are a bit slow to do the nipple up again.....hope this helps please rate thanks
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