1997 TOYOTA CAMRY ABOUT BRAKE BLEEDING

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  • hayri1408
  • 1997 Toyota Camry

Brakes problem
1997 Toyota Camry 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 100000 miles

HI MY NAME IS HAYRI I HAVE CHECKED THE PROCEES OF REPLACING FRONT AND REAR BREAKES PADS. AFTER THE INSTLATION IS IT NECACERRY TO BLEED THE HYDROLIC SYSTEM? IF YOU COULD PLASE ANSWER THIS I WOULD GREATLY APRECIATE IT.
THANK YOU
HAYRI

Monday, December 10th, 2007 AT 11:09 PM

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  • mhpautos
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Hi there,

If you have compressed the piston back into the caliper with out opening the bleeders, there is no need to re bleed. If you have opened the hydraulic system you will have to bleed the brakes. To bleed have an assistant press the brakes open the bleeder at the caliper and allow air / fluid to escape. Close bleeder and release pedal. Do this untill there us no visible air bubbles, bleed each brake and don't let the fluid fall below 1/4 full in the resiviour. There is no adjustment on disc brakes.

Mark (mhpautos)

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Monday, December 10th, 2007 AT 11:50 PM

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