Question about 2004 Dodge Dakota
You sure you have the correct booster
Or use the same rod
You should not have to bleed anything,you
didn't open the brake system
Now you need to bleed all 4 corners,never
the master,that is a myth.
Ever consider the engine has to be running for
the booster (vacuum remember) to work,
and you can not bleed the brakes without
the engine running as you have to have
someone push the brake pedal thus the booster
the rear brakes shouldn't be apart if your pumping
the pedal,now you screwed up the brake switch position
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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