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I have a 97 suburban, so the braking system should be very similar. I have replaced lines/hoses/calipers/wheel cylinders on this truck and spent hours of time and over a gallon of fluid trying to get it bled correctly. A couple things that I've learned and have helped. If the master ran dry, be sure to bench bleed the master and ABS. Remove the lines, ...


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With that much line replaced, it's going to take some effort to bleed. Somebody has to sit and pump the brake, while somebody else works each bleeder nipple starting at the furthest from the MC (probably right rear) to the nearest. Another option is to slightly crack all nipples on all calipers (rear cylinders probably on a 98 Jimmy) and just let them ...



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