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Brakes need to bled no pedal - 1995 Ford F350

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Fill master cylinder with fluid, start engine, pump brakes till it got some resistance, have a helper open the bleeder valve at the rear passenger side first while the pedal is to the floor. repaet 4-5 times or until the pedal gets hard and no air coming out. do this to the other wheels one after the other. 1 rear passenger, 2 rear driver, 3 front passenger, 4 front driver. repeat as needed

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