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So I was doing a brake job on a 2002 mustang gt and I have no rear brake pressure...im pretty sure there is no air coming out of the bleeder valve...what the hell is wrong?:headscratch:


and the passenger side bleeder valve is stripped out any ideas on getting that out:headscratch:

also, there is no leaking anywhere that i can see.. and the fluid stays in the master cylinder..
 

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bleed more!

did u remove the fluid cap before you pumped them in?
 

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man a douche told me to put the cap on so it creates pressure....i knew the damn cap was supposed to be off...i'll give it a go now...
 

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also, you can use an "easy out" to remove the bleeder valve that is broken. get one that is a "4 flanged easy out" those are the best imo. then u hit it in, and twist out w/ cresent wrench! good luck to you!
 

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the bleeder valve is not broken it is stripped out...I got the fluid to the driverside brake thanks 05horse....

any way to get the stripped out bleeder valve out?
 
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