I replaced the front pads and rotors on a 2001 sunfire. While doing so I had to disconect the flexable brake line on the passenger side and remove the caliper. After reinstalling the brake line I tried to bleed the brake but the bleeding screw broke off and I was not sble to do it. At this time all the parts store were closed and the person who owned the car had to drive it back home(100 miles ). We tried the brakes and they seamed to work fine with no spongy feeling. I have now purchased a new rotor and plan on installing it onto the car tomorrow. After installing it could I just bleed the one line or would I have to do all four? I'm worrieid that the bleeder screws might brake off while I try to loosen them as they all look to be in the same condition as the one that broke.
have the same problem?
Friday, December 10th, 2010 AT 2:14 PM