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Just Put New Brake Line On,Now Can`t Pump up Brakes After Bleeding.

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WHEN BLEEDING THE BRAKES, YOU MUST HAVE A FULL RESEVOIR WITH CAP ON. START WITH PASS. REAR, PUMP BRAKE PEDLE ALL THE WAY DOWN ABOUT 3 TIMES AND HOLD DOWN. OPEN BLEEDER SCREW TILL NOTHING COMES OUT, THEN CLOSE. REPEAT UNTIL THERE IS NO AIR COMING OUT. IT IS IMPORTANT TO BUILD UP PRESSURE WITH ATLEAST 3 PUMPS IN ORDER FOR THIS TO WORK. REPEAT ON DRIVER REAR, THE PASS. FRONT, THEN DRIVER FRONT. HOPE THIS HELPS.

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