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Repair brake line. need to bleed back brakes, how?

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    changed front brakes now my brakes dont work

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Drive it to shop, leave it there, return with money.

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Have someone sit in the car and pump the brake pedal about ten times, there is a bleeder on the wheel cylinder (back of brake assy or on top) it is a nut with a nipple on it with a hole in the center, you may need a special wrench, open the bleeder until the brake pedal sinks to the floor, then tighten while the pedal is still on the floor, caution don't release the pedal until the bleeder is closed, start at the RR wheel bleeder, do all four wheels in this order RR, LR, RF, LF. top off the master cylinder fluid tank after each wheel and before you start the job, don't get the fluid on the paint, if you do wash it off with water right away or it will take the paint off the car. OK, go to it!

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