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Old 02-07-2009, 08:19 PM
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so i replaced the master cylinder. i bench bledit before i put it on, then installed it, bled it from the master cylinder and then bled it again from the caliper. the drums' bleeder valves are stuck in place i snapped one off trying to open it. so now its screwed up. ive bled the front wheels and both push out straight fluid. no air. i cant figure it out why when i turn the truck on the pedal goes to the floor. i have NOTHING. and my parking brake has been gone before i got the truck ANY HELP pleeeeeaaassee help me
 
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Old 02-10-2009, 05:26 PM
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soo nothing?!!
 
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Old 07-05-2010, 11:41 PM
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You need to bleed all four wheels. You said you broke off one of the bleeder valves. You need to get the broken piece out and put in a new valve. You did not say which wheel has the broken bleeder valve . If you can not get it out you will need to replace the caliper or wheel cylinder depending on location. When you bleed the brakes you bleed the wheel farthest from the master cylinder first. In your case it would be the right rear then the left rear then the right front and last the left front.
 
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