Question about 1994 Mercury Villager
Have the engine running & bleed the brakes again
Have someone in the vehicle slowly push the brake
When you are driving, do you pump your brakes,NO
Pushing the brake pedal only moves the piston in the
brake cylinder about 1",that is all
That amount of movement will build up to 2,000 lbs
of pressure. So no pumping,does nothing
As the person is pushing the pedal down,someone
else opens & then closes the bleeder valves while the
pedal is still going down.
Then you wait on the person in the car to start over.
Assuming you paid for all that work,why do you have
issues that you didn't have before.
Don't want to discuss what the pros do,but we have
a thousand people on this site every day with problems
that they shouldn't have and are lighter in the wallet
Posted on May 25, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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