Question about 1997 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
You can uaually gravity bleed. Make sure the reservoir is full, then unscrew the bleeder nut (above the brake line at the cylinder) a couple of turns. Use a drain pan under the wheel. Watch the fluid coming out until it flows with no bubbles, then tighten the bleed nut. Check pedal for stiffness. If necessary, pressure bleed as follows. Have a second person pump up and hold the brake pedal down while you open and then close the bleeder. repeat this procedure until no more air comes out the port. Any questions, please reply.
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