Question about Mercury Villager
Same as all cars-start at the closest wheel to the master cylinder and have one person pump until they feel pressure- pump FIRMLY. Hold and the other person under the car open the bleeder and drains air from line repeat until there isno air and move to next closest line OR buy a vacuum bleeder(about $30) and do it the same way as far as closest wheel-but just do them and make sure you keep fluid in the master at all times while you do it either way. Good luck!
Posted on May 20, 2011
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