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Bleeding Brakes

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  • Bleeding Brakes

    I've never had any luck using the vacuum pump. You need a friend to depress the brake pedal. Also if your car has power brakes it could be that the air is trapped in the Hydrovac.

    Tim K.
    '64 R2 GT Hawk
    Tim K.
    \'64 R2 GT Hawk

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    Bleeding Brakes

    I'm having a difficult time getting the brakes bled on my '55 with
    an automatic trans. I had to replace the rear hard lines, but the
    flexible line is good. Does the anti-creep valve need to be bled?
    The shop manual doesn't mention this. I've bled them 3 or 4 times.
    Last time I used a vacuum pump, and still have air in the brakes.
    Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.


    James K. Clark
    Rutledge Tn.
    '55 Prez. 2dr Hdtp.
    Don't take yourself too seriously!

    James K. Clark

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