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edsint
    
How do I fix Bad Brakes.
I have a 56 Chevy wagon I put dice brakes on it I put a Cadillac Seville rear end chevelle front , I used a corvette master cy. and distribution block. I can pump the pedal and get brakes. Bleed it and no pedal.. It is on the floor the first pump but will stop The next pump it will really stop . I have tried every thing but changing the rear back to drum. Thanks for any HELP ED
posted: February 4, 2014
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
Sounds like you still have an air bubble in the lines .start by bleeding the r rear first then the l rear .r front then l front . that way you bleed the farthest away first . it worked for me .
posted:  February 5, 2014
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