Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
To bleed the brakes 1st make sure the fuild level is full ,and you will need a assistant . have your assistant pump the brake petal three to four times then hold presure on petal (pushing down ) then open the bleeder valve on the left rear caliper ,have assistant push petal towards the floor until it stops and then hold it there until you close the bleeder valve ,then repeat process four to five time recheck brake fulid level then repeat same process on right rear caliper next go to right front and end on left front ,keep a eye on the fuild level so that it is not allowed to run out or you will have to start over again ,there is no speical procedure ,any other questions just ask
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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