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If you mean for the rear brakes, and you have drum brakes on the rear, the bleed valves are on the back side of the wheels. Look for where the brake line goes to the wheel brake cylinders, and on top of the small brake cylinder is the bleed valve.
Brake switch wiring good, can manually make switch and brake lights work. But when installed and brake pedal mashed does not work. Slight pressure on rear of switch will allow to work. How do you keep switch stationary? Switch is clamped around booster rod and has clip installed. Switch is new. Is there a brake pedal adjustment? HELP PLEASE.......... 1995 CHEVY 1500, 5.0L ENGINE
I thought the caprice had disk on all wheels?? But it sounds like it's time for the rear brakes to be serviced. If you do have rear drums the pads could be worn and the shoes are slipping and grabing. You can try backing up in a empty parking lot and backing up and giving full brake application. About the 7th application would reset the brakes, if that does not help then the breaks need to be serviced. Good kick