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Rear brakes 95 pontiac grand am I can not get brake fluid to back brakes and the abs light will not come when you turn the key on.

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The abs light has nothing to do with the fluid it is strictly electronic at the pcm. when you open the bleeders are you not getting fluid to come out? This is common remove the bleeder completely from the piston and slowly push trhe pedal and you should get fluid out if not then open the hood and find the line on the abs m.c. and remove it there and see if fluid is available to that line. if so then you may need to replace the line.

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