Join Date: Mar 2000
Location: Loveland, CO, 80537
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Close but you don't disconnect the lines. Each wheel has a bleeder valve, looks like an open nipple. Have someone stand on the brakes while you un-screw the bleeder about a quarter turn, after the fluid squirts out close the bleeder, then have your helper pump the pedal a couple of times then stand on the pedal while you do your bit again. Don't let the master cylinder go dry, check it often.
Red 86 F250 Supercab XLT: Longbed, 6.9l, 4 speed with DNE-2 Overdrive, 2WD, 10.25 Sterling 4:11, Reclining Highback Captains chairs with arm-rest, Holly Red pump, push-button glowplugs, Racor 645 water separator with fuel heater, K&N Air Filter, Headlight Relay Upgrade, Fog Lights, lots of extra lights, Isspro EV series: Pyro, Oil Pressure, and Voltage in a Autometer 3 pod A-pillar. Bulldog Security System with remote entry. Offset Mirror Upgrade, Remote lube TOB. Road Watch System coming soon. PB PS PW PDL CC AC IW
BOOB man - Brotherhood of Oil Burners
1995 Toyota Camry DX: 2.2L, Bolt-action 5-speed, AC, PS, PB, CC.
135,016 miles: Rear-ended and totaled by an uninsured kid having a temper-tantrum
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1999 Rav4 AWD 5-speed, AC, PS, PB, CC, Sunroof.