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Where are the rear brake bleeder screws on a 1994 Ford Explorer

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Bleeders are always on the slave cylinders. If you have drum brakes, they will be just above where the brake line attaches. If you have disk brakes, they will be near the top of the caliper.

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The problem is that when they get old and rusty, they can shear off or round off the hexagonal sides and corners of the bleeder screw.

Therefore, you sometimes need some oxy acetylene torch heat pinpointed on the bleeder screw to let air and brake fluid out of each wheel's bleeder screw (through the hole in the center).

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One wants a hard pedal that pumps up in a couple of tries, not a spongy pedal that goes to the floor board, which doesn't generate much braking force.

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