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Old 10-11-2005, 08:45 PM
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brake bleed

I have a 95 Toyota 4 runner and im having a problem with the brakes. Well it started when the pedal got real hard and it was difficult to stop so I replaced the master cylinder and now trying to bleed the brakes. I have tried bleeding them like any other truck but I am getting a dribble not a squirt out of the back breaks the fronts are bleed and gushing like they should but the backs are not. at the master cylinder there is pressure for the front and rear but at the back there is no pressure now there is some type of module by the spare tire there is pressure going to that but no pressure after it so what do I do. Do have to back flush the brakes or what?
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Yoooouuuurrrrr an idiot !!! Haha just kidding buddy search "Bleed" in titles only and this should answer your Q's

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