how do i bleed the brakes?

Asked by Apr 05, 2009 at 03:16 PM about the 1991 Toyota Celica GT Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i cant get the brakes to bleed.how do i bleed the brakes ive tryed to losen bleeder valves and that didnt work ive replaced the master ccylender 2 times already and still nothing .can you help?

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If you changed the master cylinder then u have to bleed all the wheels starting at the one farthest from the cylinder. so usually passenger side rear, drivers side rear passenger side front , drivers side front. if that doesnt get all the air out of the system you might have to bleed the master cylinder. air can get trapped up there. im guessing u know how to bleed brakes. one person pumping the brake while one person opens up the bleeder.

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sometimes you have to bench bleed the master cyl before hand as well... not sure how its done on a toyota although...

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