See my profile.A manual would probably be very useful.
My neighbor has a chevy trk (LOWER CASE ON PURPOSE) his REPAIR MANUAL said something about bleeding some jct block, to the best of my recollection.
Have you explored this sites HOW TO STUFF. Maybe even explore old POSTS on down the line from yours.
I would think that if the booster was muffing up, the brakes would be stiffer.
I bench bleed. Installed on vehicle. Its whole lots EZer.W/buddy pumping the brake.
I hold 2 "rubber" bleed lines in the resevoirs (1-ea. Compartment)
I slightly squeeze them as pedal goes down (pal slowly pushes, and informs me as to his position, (halfway. FLOOR !). Rubber lines must always be SUBMERGED IN THE BRAKE JUICE !
When he is MMs from floor, I pinch the lines off, LIKE A CHECK-VALVE. Inform him to let pedal up. We repeat this. Over. Over again.
We do not want brake juice to suck back in rubber lines, all we want is the AIR to push out in only 1 direction only.
Careful !. Too hard or too fast pumping, w/ lines squeezed too tight will result in rubber lines BLOWING OFF of the plug/ adapters
I bleed furtherest wheel from Master Cylinder. Stepping my way back to the closest.
Insure you are pumping 5-6 times (or to get as stiff of a pedal as possible)
HOLDING then pushing slowly on pedal, while cracking the bleeder slightly and closing bleeders on wheel cyl. MMs prior to pedal hitting floor.
We usually Holler : PUMPING. HOLDING. And just before contact. FLOOR.I say, OK or PUMP IT UP, when bleeder is shut.
Not letting off pedal until bleeder is FULLY SHUT. COMMO with pal is CRITICAL !
NEVER EVER LET M.C. RUN DRY OR EVEN CLOSE DURING BLEEDING
Monday, November 27th, 2017 AT 9:37 AM