Question about 1998 Buick Century
Bleeding the brakes after changing the master cylinder can take some time.
It helps next time if you fill the master cylinder before installation.
But bleeding should always be done at the furthest bleeder valve first, and to save time, you can just leave the bleeder open and put your finger over it before the pedal is lifted, like a one way valve.
Only after you are getting mostly fluid, do you switch over to closing the bleeder, pumping it up, and opening it in a short burst to let the bubbles out.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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