Question about 1993 Chevrolet K1500
There is 3 ways. 1 by yourself, you can let gravity help. Start with the farthest wheel. Open the valve and let the fluid run into a catch can. Not for long, and do this several times per wheel. Check your fluid reservoir often.
2 With help, have someone pump up the brake pedal and hold it. Open valve, then close it then let off pedal. Do this several times per wheel. Check reservoir often.
3 Use a brake bleeding tool. Some auto parts stores will rent them. Follow the instruction.
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