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How do I bleed the brakes on my 1989 mazda b2600 pick up?


Bleeding brakes is the same on all vehicles (typically) to do it right, it takes two people. One to pump the brakes, and one to crack the valve. If you don't do it properly, you will get air up in the lines. (which is the opposite of bleeding them) First, you should make sure the reservoir under the hood is full, and you should continually check it to keep it full. If it runs too low, you can get air in the system. Typically, one person pumps the brakes (brake pedal) and holds foot on pedal. The other person will get under the car, and with a wrench the proper size, "crack" the valve to allow a stream of fluid to come out. (YOu have to remove the wheel to access the bleeder screw/valve usually) You want to Ideally open the valve, and then when the stream slows down, you want to close the valve while there is still a "positive" flow of fluid coming out. It you wait too long until the stream stops flowing, you can get air in the line, especially if person A takes their foot off the pedal and allows it to retract...this will 'suck' air up the line. You want air to go "out" the line.

You need to continually do this on all wheels until there is no more air in the system. You should start with whichever wheels are furthest away from the reservoir. (usually start with the rear) Do each wheel in succession. You would probably have to do it around all 4 a couple of times.

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I tried to bleed the brakes rf good lf no fluid comes out.replaced rf line working good,pulled line from master cyl. and pulled bleeder valve no fluid. i have a 99 cavilier with abs,any idea.i havent tried...


Im confused first thing is to connect all lines, fill master and start bleeding at master, have someone pump brake three times and hold, open line at master allow fluid or air to flow and close, do not leave open to long,after 3 sec of fluid flow close line. you will do this to every line on the master. pumping the pedal three times and holding down pedal every time you open the line , after bleeding master you will then go to the left front as this is the brake with no fluid flow. you will make sure brake fluid is full always check after a few bleedings.

Remove the bleeder screw and place finger over the hole. tell them when to go down and when to let up, this may take a while if a lot of air is in system, remove finger and tell them to push down then put finger over hole and tell to release then tell them to push as they push release finger, you will need to do this until you get fluid flow making sure when pedal is released that hole is covered with finger so that air is not sucked into system. once you get a flow you will put bleeder in and bleed that wheel, if bleeding is good you will then bleed system starting at rt rear then left rear and then rt front and last left front.

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HOW TO BLEED THE BRAKES 4 1994 CHRYSLERLHS


have a helper. car needs not be running. locate bleeder screw on brake calipers one per each wheel, have helper pump brakes 4-7 times then hold pedal to floor, while holding to floor loosen bleeder screw untill fluid and air bubbles flow out. tighten bleeder and pump brakes again and hold, while holding loosen bleeder again untill no air bubbles are present.Continue this procedure untill no air bubbles are present . Then proceed to opposite wheel and perform the same procedure. Also check brake fluid reservoir several times and keep full, do not allow to empty while bleeding is taking place or you will have to start all over.

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The low coolant light continues to blink on and off during driving. Any suggestions?


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How do you bleed a clutch cylinder on a 2000 sl saturn?


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1991 Geo Tracker only starts with starting fluid.


Check fuel filter on both vehicles...After that check fuel pressure ...Blocking off air flow to engine will change the fuel air mixture...air deprivation changes (lessens) air flow and fools engine into reading more fuel than is actually there. Mass air flow sensor should also be checked/cleaned if no results obtained by filter change if pressure is OK.

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How to bleed brake lines,94 grand voyager


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Problems with front brakes on 1980 F-100


its common for older calipers to lock up. try cleaning the slides and lubing them. also when the calipers are off make sure the piston moves by depressing it all the way in. then drive again.

also very rare but you could have a bad brake hose causing pressure to stay inbetween the colapsed hose and caliper. this will keep a slight pressure on the side with a bad hose. but not so common like i said.. checking a bad hose by removing hose from caliper side. fluid should continue to flow out. if nothing flows out after 2 or 3 minutes you have a resriction somewhere. then remove hose from the hard line to see if fluid flows from the brake line. if fluid flows from brake line you have a bad hose. if fluid still does not flow from brake line you have other issues before the brake line. could be bad master.check master the saem way you check hose hopefully its easy. GOOD LUCK

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