Having problems with your 1995 Toyota Tacoma ?

I try to bleed rear brakes,but no fliud comes out

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 24-01-2022

Answers :

If your brakes will pump up and not go to the floor then it is probably pretty simple. First, is someone inside the vehicle and stepping on the brakes when you turn the bleed valve? If not that is the problem. If there is someone, then check the fluid in the master cylinder and make sure that both reservoirs are full of brake fluid. If that isn't it, visually check the lines for crimping all the way back to the MC.

If none of that is wrong, then the calipers are damaged internally and you will need to rebuild them. The folliwng is a good explanation of how your truck brakes work and has some good diagrams showing you the guts of the caliper. http://www.brakeandfrontend.com/Article/72111/Tech_Featu.aspx
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