Question about 1985 Mercury Topaz
Do it your self way(my way) --go to your local auto parts store & get a 1-man brake bleader kit---Usually on the misc. tool display----You'll need an a aprox. 8 oz jar (clear)---FIRST-(my way) take out the blead-screws and use teflon tape on the bleed screws---tighten all bleed screws "SNUG"---Front brakes sorta easy, jack-up front of car and turn wheels-one way or the other for easy access to bleed screws, open-up left bleed screw a "FUZZ", pump the brake peddle slow/wyour head looking under the car watching the "JAR" the brake fluid and cylinder the kit is hooked-up to----from there READ-THE-DIRECTIONS-ON-THE KIT---It's easy after the first time---NITRO NELLY--
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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