Question about Chevrolet TrailBlazer EXT
Sounds like you have air in one or more brake lines. All four brake lines needs to be bled to get all air no matter how little air is in them. Recommendations use two people to do this one in vehicle one at the wheel you are bleeding. Loosen bleeder,attach a rubber tube that fits tight around fitting, get a glass jar, (I use a baby food jar) put a little brake fluid in jar so the tube doesn't **** back in air, slowly apply brake and watch air bubbles in jar, do this until no more air bubbles come out. You must do this on all four wheels to be effective. If this doesn't work there is a leak somewhere. Lines, caliper, or wheel cylinder.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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