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No petal after bleeding breaks - 2002 Ford Escape

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U can buy a bleeder tool to help u but if our resavoir don't go completely dry then u really only need 2 worry bout the brakes u repaired u can gravity bleed a lot of the air out by putting hose on bleeder & opening it with hose in clean jug & make sure to keep checking fluid level so u don't go dry and add more air. Call me if u need any more tips Jeff 601-912-2551

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Check fluids under hood and make sure the master cylinder isn't also if you bleed your breaks a good rule of thumb is to do all 4 with 2 people one in car and other bleeding and always start with the passenger rear tire then drivers rear and then passenger front and last drivers front and keep master cylinder full between bleeds

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