[DML] Re: help, trouble bleeding rear brakes
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[DML] Re: help, trouble bleeding rear brakes

If you have properly bench-bled the master cylinder then you just have
to keep bleeding the rear brakes until you fill the lines up with
fluid again. Doing the first one will take alot longer than the other.
Be careful not to let the resovoir get too low while bleeding or you
will get air into the system and you will have to start all over
again. You can also check to make sure the bleeder screw is not
plugged up. Remove it and poke a wire into it to check the holes.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Steven Clark <javelin1973401@...> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm having trouble bleeding the rear brakes on my
> Delorean.  The front bled just fine.  I might get a
> little air out of each side, but not much.  I pulled
> the master cylinder, it bench bled just fine.  I blew
> air through the lines, just fine again.  I put new
> seals in each caliper, so they were apart, not
> clogged, and should be working just fine.  So, I'm
> missing something.  Wouldn't a bad master cylinder
> affect the front brakes as well?  Wouldn't a hole in a
> line leak fluid on the floor?  Any other ideas?
> Thanks
> Steven Clark
> 3316
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