Is it correct Brake system bleed sequence on 2003 pontiac montana?
Rear right - Left front - Rear Left - Right front
Start with the car on level ground, engine OFF, lifted safely using jack stands.
Step 1 - Identify brake master cylinder components, brake fluid cap, brake master cylinder, fluid lines, and brake fluid level sensor. Inspect for any brake fluid leakage around the master cylinder and check for proper fluid level regularly. If leakage is present replace master cylinder immediately. Visit - Master cylinder replacement
Step 2 - Remove brake fluid reservoir cap and insert a brake fluid removal tool (turkey baster), remove as much brake fluid as possible, then refill the master cylinder with new fluid. Most cars use DOT3 or DOT4, but you should consult the cap on the master cylinder or a service manual.
Step 3 - Once the master cylinder is full loosen all four brake fluid bleeder screws on the brake calipers or wheel cylinders. Next, have a helper slowly press the brake pedal down completely, while holding the brake pedal down, close all four brake bleeder screws. Allow the brake pedal to slowly return to normal position, this will draw new fluid into the master cylinder body. Continue this procedure until the brake fluid is clean out of each bleeder, close all bleeders and refill the master cylinder to the proper level. (Note: Always keep proper fluid level in the master cylinder during this operation.)
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Saturday, March 28th, 2015 AT 11:58 PM