Question about Buick LeSabre
If you can be sure that the master cylinder did not **** in any air during the replacement procedure then yes, you can get away with bleeding only that line. Unfortunately such a thing rarely happens. It is best to bleed the whole system. That way you can be sure that there is no air in the system and the brake fluid has been replaced to boot.Never take chances with your brakes. They're like a parachute. If it's not there when you need it, chances are you'll never need it again.
Posted on May 18, 2011
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