Question about 1991 Chevrolet S-10
We recently replaced the line going to the rear brakes. But I don't know how to bleed the brakes. I have pumped them several times but I still don't get a lot of pressure. I've heard the term bleeder valves. Not sure where that is. Please help
If you look on the inside of the wheel you will see what looks like greese fittings you need to have somebody pump and hold the brakies and then you need to slowly crack it open by unscrewing it untill you get air then wait till it stops t5hen tighten it and pump the brakes again and do this again dont let the brake fluid run out of the resivore ok pretty soon you will feel the brake pedle start to get hard then do this a couple of more times and then you will be done ok best regardss mike
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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