Question about 1989 Dodge Daytona
Is the bleeder screw rusted? You need to start at the right rear wheel, get the right size wrench, a brake wrench would be good. get a piece of hose to fit the bleeder and a soup can to catch the fluid. Pump the pedal a few times to get the pressure up, loosen the bleeder screw and dump it in the can. If you can't get the bleeder screw open, you can use the line itself, Or get some blaster on the bleeder screw and let it set overnight, they will loosen up. Once you do this a few times, and no more air comes out, fill the reservoir and move to the other side rear, do the same thing, then right front, ending up under the reservoir, make sure you keep checking the level. Don't let it **** in more air or you will be doing it again. Hope this helps.
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