Question about Geo Tracker
The bleeder screws are located at the back of the wheel cylinders and on the inboard side at the top of the calipers.You will need to loosen these off carefully I believe they are an 8 mm wrench.If they are rusty or have been there a long time you can snap them off if you apply to much force.Once you have them backed off you can let them drip and clear the air or get a friend to help you by doing the following.Have your friend depress the brake pedal slowly to the floor and hold it. While your friend is doing this back off the bleeder screw letting the fluid out and tighten it again when the peddle is depressed all the way. repeat this process on all four wheels OR until you have good brake peddle.Keep a eye on the fluid level in the master brake cylinder and do not let it get low. Best of luck
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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