Question about Chevrolet 3500
Start at the furtherest bleeder away from your master cylinder,bleed untill no air from each one move on to next further.that should be right rear-left rear-right front-left front.just keep an eye on the fluid between wheels.hope the booster was your problem and this helps
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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