Question about 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
Normal bleeding procedures should work. there is nothing special about the Bosch twin calipers on the front of the Pacifica.
If you have a friend try the following.
1. with engine running have your friend pump the brakes several times and then push down on the brake pedal with about 20 lbs and hold it down. Now open the bleeder screw on one of the front calipers.
2 The pedal should drop and your friend needs to keep pushing on it and do not let up.
3. Now close the bleeder screw/
4. now have your fiend take his/her foot off the brake pedal.
5. wait 15-30 seconds and repeat. Do the same thing for the other side.
6. Check the fluid level in the resevoir every couple of strokes to keep it at least 2/3 full.
that should do.it.
Be sure to open the bleeder screw at least a full turn because you want a lot of flow rate.
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
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